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Apr
13
revised How to learn penetration testing at home?
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Mar
21
comment What fuzzy hashing algorithms exist?
@Gilles how should I rework this question? I need to test a number of different fuzzy hashing algorithms and their effectiveness. I was only able to find ssdeep, and even after gave few suggestions, I wasn't able to implement those yet.
Mar
18
accepted What fuzzy hashing algorithms exist?
Mar
18
comment What fuzzy hashing algorithms exist?
Also, it looks like sdhash might be dead.
Mar
18
comment What fuzzy hashing algorithms exist?
Is a rolling hash the same thing?
Mar
18
revised What fuzzy hashing algorithms exist?
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Mar
18
asked What fuzzy hashing algorithms exist?
Apr
14
accepted Can Hydra crack a flash-based login?
Apr
10
comment Can Hydra crack a flash-based login?
So it's like setting up a MITM?
Apr
10
asked Can Hydra crack a flash-based login?
Dec
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Jan
16
comment How is hibernation supported, on machines with UEFI Secure Boot?
Also, I dont know if this helps: uefi.org/events/UEFI-Plugfest-WindowsBootEnvironment.pdf
Jan
16
comment How is hibernation supported, on machines with UEFI Secure Boot?
Looks like there have been some performance issues: answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-system/…
Jan
16
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Jan
16
comment Is privacy a part of security? (Bruce Schneier)
Good answer. I just wanted to add Privacy is a part of the "C" in CIA (Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability).
Jan
16
revised Suscpicious registry entry
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Jan
16
comment Analyzing Network Anomalies for Malicious events
Come from an operational standpoint for a moment. If I work for an IT company, a server rebooting randomly is a big deal. Sure we have redundant systems, but "it just happened" is not an acceptable answer to the IT manager. I (or an escalated group) would need to do a Root Cause Analysis of why this server went down. In my investigation, I may uncover malware, or I may just uncover a memory issue. You are correct, Reboots alone don't always give the full picture, but reboots + system performance may provide an answer.
Jan
16
answered Suscpicious registry entry
Jan
16
comment How get data from password protected rar file?
+1 for xkcd reference. I'd like to add, create a botnet consisting of the entire planets computers...
Jan
16
answered How does UEFI Secure Boot prevent “evil twin” spoofing attacks?