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Dec
15
comment Why does not appear the public key from certificate?
Look closely, the "subject's public key" you posted IS the public key above it. The difference is only the 30 81 89 02 81 81 00 at the beginning and the 02 03 01 00 01 at the end.
Dec
15
comment Are reCAPTCHA enough to prevent brute-force password guesses?
What about instances where IPs are shared by multiple users?
Dec
14
comment how to protect my data from malware/spyware that infected my BIOS?
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Dec
14
comment how to protect my data from malware/spyware that infected my BIOS?
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Dec
14
comment UEFI and security implications for encryption
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Dec
14
comment UEFI secure boot and rootkits
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Dec
14
comment Why would the government collect Wi-Fi SSIDs via manual door-to-door questioning of citizens?
I'm not sure that we are qualified to explain why an unnamed government would do something, or what that government might permit you to do with the SSID once they have it registered.
Dec
14
comment Why is it important to apply security best practices when the risk they protect against is very low?
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Dec
14
comment Ethical Hacking Certification (CEH v9) From A Web Developer's Perspective
The first part of the question is off-topic here: study strategies for a particular exam is a better fit on a study site for that exam. The second part assumes that the goal of the course is to teach you how to be a penetration tester, and it is not. The goal is to teach you the tools.
Dec
14
comment Virus-total offline Alternatives
I believe the offline alternative is to install multiple anti-virus packages on multiple VMs
Dec
14
comment Nessus web client: Error 401 invalid credentials
This is a question for Nessus support.
Dec
14
comment Is it safe to store billing/postal addresses?
Are you asking if addresses are considered PII (personally identifiable information) and therefore if they need the same protections as other PII?
Dec
14
comment Pre-Installed Tails OS Flashdrives
Please do not use shortened URLs in posts.
Dec
14
comment Pre-Installed Tails OS Flashdrives
I'm not sure what you are asking. How safe what is? Tails? This USB stick?
Dec
14
comment Why is it important to apply security best practices when the risk they protect against is very low?
@Aron assessing risk before an incident and failing to recover from an incident are 2 very, very different things. The OP is asking about assessing the risk of an activity before it even gets to the point of an incident.
Dec
14
comment Using 8192 bit keys GPG
Then it looks like a problem for the developer of that software. I'm not sure how we could help.
Dec
14
comment Legal insurance for penetration testers
This question is really specific and looks more like a legal question than a security question.
Dec
14
comment Covert Channel Bandwidth
This isn't a security question, but a networking one. Have you looked at wireshark?
Dec
14
comment Using 8192 bit keys GPG
"one of the files" - what files?
Dec
14
comment Why is it important to apply security best practices when the risk they protect against is very low?
@Aron That's an interesting statement. Do you have any substance to back it up?