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May
6
comment If I port scan a server on the outside of a firewall will this also tell me the ports the firewall is blocking?
Maybe some kind of content inspection. Try Corkscew through the web proxy and run your SSH on 443. Has been working the last time I tried it in a corporate lan.
May
6
answered If I port scan a server on the outside of a firewall will this also tell me the ports the firewall is blocking?
Nov
10
comment Trust vs Reputation
Did not find any in my kitchen.
Nov
10
comment Trust vs Reputation
Be more specific. Which papers? Which contexts? Otherwise your question risks to be closed.
Nov
10
comment SMIME email decryption key with OpenSSL
You are looking for the key for the symmetric encryption. The way how it is stored in the PKCS7 file is defined in RFC 5652. But I can not tell you the exact position.
Nov
9
answered SMIME email decryption key with OpenSSL
Nov
9
answered Identify if files are being transferred from my computer over the internet
Mar
8
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Mar
8
comment How to enforce NTFS permission compliance?
Share permissions are problematic if someone gets direct access to the server. The same applies to malware. Thanks for SetACL but how can I link it to the ADS groups?
Feb
22
comment How to enforce NTFS permission compliance?
@EricG I do not understand your comment. I did not say anything about inheritance and I am wondering why you ask for it. I am asking about a way to synchronize ADS groups and folder permissions. I define a mapping between them and the software must enforce the mapping. I want to centralize the permission management based on business roles implemented as ADS groups. The problem is that the ADS functionality ends by putting persons in groups. I need to extend the management to the actual file system permissions.
Feb
21
asked How to enforce NTFS permission compliance?
Jan
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May
24
answered Two-factor authentication w/certificate and username & password?
Feb
21
comment Securing a LAN without Physical Security
The next step would be layer 2 authentication using any 802.1x product.
Feb
21
answered Security for home server, wiki
Feb
21
answered Information Security standards in corporations
Jan
9
comment What alternatives are there when SSH is being actively filtered?
@CodeInChaos: maybe it is visible, but nobody look at.
Jan
9
answered Single sign-on models for a mixed environment
Jan
9
answered Synchronous and Asynchronous physical security tokens: which is stronger? pros/cons?
Jan
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