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Feb
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reviewed Close What are ways to help prevent the use buffer overflow to execute malicious code?
Feb
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comment What are ways to help prevent the use buffer overflow to execute malicious code?
There are decades worth of guidance on this very topic. What has your researched turned up?
Feb
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reviewed Close Making my password secure
Feb
4
reviewed Close What can go wrong when allowing file uploads on a web server?
Feb
4
reviewed Close Alternative to Qtech Hide & View for Linux
Feb
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reviewed Leave Closed What does this JavaScript do? It looks dangerous to me
Feb
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revised Why don't OSes protect against untrusted USB keyboards?
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Feb
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comment While working from home, is it a bad idea to give the company you work for your IP address?
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Feb
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comment Making my password secure
Why not use a password manager and use random passwords that you refresh on a schedule (60-90 days)? Enable 2FA on as many accounts as you can? This is a pretty broad topic.
Feb
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revised Making my password secure
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Feb
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comment Metasploit Plugin not interacting with Meterpreter Client
ok - then this is either a question for the metasploit community or StackOVerflow.
Feb
4
reviewed Close XSS - Can we made changes in cart items, delivery address etc
Feb
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comment XSS - Can we made changes in cart items, delivery address etc
This question boils down to, "I found a bug, can I do this very specific thing with it?" It's unanswerable without a lot of details on the bug.
Feb
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comment Do technical advice sites sometimes link to malware, and if so, how should we properly research errors?
Do they "sometimes" contain malware? Yes? But I'm not sure what conclusions you can make from that. I'm not sure if this question is answerable.
Feb
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comment Why do we need certificates confirming certificates?
@RickyDemer I am well aware
Feb
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reviewed Close If there is a fair way handshake secret?
Feb
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comment If there is a fair way handshake secret?
I am completely confused about what you are trying to ask. Can you rephrase your question?
Feb
4
comment Why do we need certificates confirming certificates?
have you researched how PKI infrastructure works?
Feb
4
comment Specific ad links only with Chrome (not in incognito mode or Firefox)
Google (and Chrome) don't always use website cookies for tracking - they use your logged user as a basis. I'm not surprised that ads could show up in Chrome that would not show up in Firefox or in incognito mode.
Feb
4
revised Specific ad links only with Chrome (not in incognito mode or Firefox)
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