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Jul
27
comment Can my ISP read my gmail even when using HTTPS? Is there a way to prevent that?
so, possible but unlikely?
Jul
27
comment How do I completely delete the “Chrome Remote Desktop Viewer” that comes with Google Chrome?
This is more of a question for SuperUser than InfoSec. I have voted to migrate for you.
Jul
27
revised Wifi penetration testing aireplay-ng does not send packets
formatting
Jul
27
comment Is there any way to formally ensure privacy to my clients by technical means?
That will depend on the capabilities of the cpanel. You need to talk with your provider.
Jul
27
comment Is there any way to formally ensure privacy to my clients by technical means?
For this, you need to work with GoDaddy - you need to work with the provider to determine what technical controls are possible.
Jul
27
answered Is there any way to formally ensure privacy to my clients by technical means?
Jul
27
revised Is there any way to formally ensure privacy to my clients by technical means?
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Jul
25
reviewed Close Using .apk files to reverse_tcp and exploit on android?
Jul
25
comment Is it safe to use my personal password as my password in work related accounts?
That's going to be up to your organization
Jul
24
awarded  Constituent
Jul
24
comment Don't store passwords in database?
I read it just now and there are numerous errors in the first 2 pages alone. I'm afraid that you are getting bad advice.
Jul
24
comment Don't store passwords in database?
@Snewman8771 "hashed and salted" solves the simple password problem.
Jul
24
revised Don't store passwords in database?
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Jul
24
reviewed Close Don't store passwords in database?
Jul
24
comment Don't store passwords in database?
If that is truly your question, then this isn't an InfoSec question. "Where to store" properly hashed and salted passwords is merely a programatic issue and not a security one. Because you asked it here, and because your link quickly talks about hashing (and you don't), it is understandable that the simplest answer is "hash".
Jul
24
reviewed Close How to deal with SMS spam?
Jul
24
comment Hacker using my wifi connection to try to log on?
We can only guess at this point. It is possible that you picked up malware on your phone or computer. You might have used an infected wifi connection and someone sniffed your credentials.
Jul
24
comment Securing a Linux Computer
The term you are looking for is "hardening". Specifying "Linux" is too broad as different distros can use vastly different architectures.
Jul
24
revised Securing a Linux Computer
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Jul
24
comment Apply GPO to Group and Computers
As this is a Windows-specific implementation question, I'm voting to migrate.