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Coding is like magic.


Mar
2
awarded  Announcer
Feb
19
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
17
accepted Is there any difference between visiting Facebook via their Tor address, and visiting them via their normal address over Tor?
Feb
17
comment Is there any difference between visiting Facebook via their Tor address, and visiting them via their normal address over Tor?
@BillWeiss This is a good answer, mind if I mark it as accepted?
Feb
16
comment How secure is TeamViewer for simple remote support?
@Pacerier I think you can just uncheck Clipboard Synchronization under Advanced Options in Teamviewer's settings.
Feb
14
awarded  Yearling
Feb
13
comment Is there any difference between visiting Facebook via their Tor address, and visiting them via their normal address over Tor?
Yeah they were in the news recently for this reason, and carried out some clever wizardry to brute-force a facebook onion URL - bbc.co.uk/news/technology-29879851 I guess I'm wondering if this is just a marketing thing, or an actual attempt to help people living under dictatorships etc access Facebook more securely etc etc
Feb
13
revised Is there any difference between visiting Facebook via their Tor address, and visiting them via their normal address over Tor?
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Feb
13
asked Is there any difference between visiting Facebook via their Tor address, and visiting them via their normal address over Tor?
Jan
2
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
18
comment Things to remember while building a password manager
@Curious Keepass is also open source, maybe download the source code and have a read to get an idea of the work required to build a basic password manager
Dec
16
comment What Man-made Physical Threat Could Pose Severe Danger to a Server Farm?
A search warrant
Dec
4
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
30
comment Pattern to allow multiple persons to decrypt a document, without sharing the encryption key?
Surely the law only requires you to decrypt if you are physically able to do so. If you make it impossible for you to decrypt user data then there's no problem right?
Oct
17
revised If a large companies website's robots.txt file has no Disallow section, does this mean I am free to write code to crawl their website?
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Oct
17
comment If a large companies website's robots.txt file has no Disallow section, does this mean I am free to write code to crawl their website?
Is this a legal advice question? I was hoping to phrase it more from the point of view of a developer/security expert intentionally writing the above robots.txt file, if you do this are you essentially saying crawling is ok?
Oct
17
asked If a large companies website's robots.txt file has no Disallow section, does this mean I am free to write code to crawl their website?
Jul
18
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
3
revised Is letting just anybody see the appearance/html/javascript of your admin pages a security risk?
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Jul
2
revised Is letting just anybody see the appearance/html/javascript of your admin pages a security risk?
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