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Canadian insurance company Security Manager.

Owner of: SelfPhish.com


May
20
comment Data recovery from file collections
Update your question with these details, please.
May
20
comment Is possible to exploit C#, Java, Python or any language that is running inside VM (i.e. managed runtime)
VM and JVM are two different concepts. Did you mean to equate them?
May
20
comment Data recovery from file collections
Your problem is too undefined to provide tutorials. What do you mean by 'recover'? Are you just indexing the files or do you want some other kind of processing? What kind of 'analysis' do you expect to do 'later'? There is just too many ways you could look at this problem. Refine the problem, then the answers will come.
May
20
comment Practical ways to prevent Denial Of Service attacks
How does port knocking or SYN cookies prevent IP Spoofing? Maybe the better question is: What do you think IP Spoofing is?
May
20
comment Data recovery from file collections
What you are asking is FAR too broad for us to answer. You could analyze the file collection using shell scripts, for instance.
May
15
comment Secure a publicly accessible REST api
So, your question is about preventing someone from copying your site?
May
15
comment BYOD - Looking for Secure means of Wiping Data Remotely
Have you looked at BlackBerry and Samsung Knox?
May
15
comment BYOD - Looking for Secure means of Wiping Data Remotely
Are your users prepared to give up control of their personal devices to your team who would have ultimate control over them?
May
15
comment Which is considered the first Cyber Security incident?
bug != security threat
May
14
comment Should a Mobile app able to check what password is locally saved via a user facing feature?
Won't the user know that it is incorrect when the password fails, anyway? I'm not sure that I understand the issue.
May
14
comment Carry out an attack on port 80 while only 20 is allowed
Bot master is outside the network trying to connect to bot on the inside? Bot listens on port X but firewall only allows traffic on port Y? Do I have the scenario correct?
May
14
comment IMEI or IP being recognised?
Do you always supply the same information (e.g. email) when you create a new account?
May
14
comment IMEI or IP being recognised?
One might be tempted to ask why you're getting banned all the time ....
May
14
comment Nowadays, what is the difference between Cyber Security and IT Security?
Not clear what you're asking. Are you asking if the ISO definition is widely accepted, or are you asking if the ISO standards define IT Security differently?
May
14
comment Breaking public key pinning
The reason why the link in the IETF draft no longer works appears to be because it has been supplanted by TACK?
May
14
comment Breaking public key pinning
A quick Googling came up with this: mail-archive.com/websec@ietf.org/msg00359.html Assuming that you also did a search, is that discussion not what you were looking for?
May
14
comment Average time before a malware gets detected in the world
Have you tried constraining your Google search to academic articles? scholar.google.ca You might also need to narrow your search to the average time it takes to discover a virus based on discovery method (signature, heuristics, etc.)
May
13
comment Difference IDS/IPS layer 2 or 3
What do you mean, "L2 has more insight"? Who said that L2 is more preferable than L3? There's a ton of assumptions here that needs to be sorted out.
May
13
comment Protecting local admin password against 3rd party software
Not if they can simply reuse the hash. Look up "pass the hash" attacks.
May
13
comment TLS v 1.1 vulnerabilities
Not all new versions exist to solve vulnerabilities.