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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
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accepted Online security check via command line
Aug
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awarded  Critic
Aug
14
revised What is a Shrink Wrap code attack?
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Aug
14
suggested suggested edit on What is a Shrink Wrap code attack?
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Jul
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revised Avoiding MITM attacks when using HTTPS over mobile
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Jul
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suggested suggested edit on Avoiding MITM attacks when using HTTPS over mobile
Jul
25
asked Is my SIM card vulnerable to DES cracking?
Jul
24
revised A “new domain registration” spam?
added the the ironical part
Jul
24
comment A “new domain registration” spam?
Thanks, I was hoping for such answer. I was a little suspicious because nothing like that happened to me when registering my two other domains before, but that was just luck (combined with other factors: long time ago, not a generic TLD, name less likely to have existed before...).
Jul
24
asked A “new domain registration” spam?
Mar
16
comment How to Secure My DropBox Installation?
"Virus for Linux are rare, notably because of the sad state of binary compatibility between Linux brands." very "funny" reasoning: even if that was true, what's so sad about scarcity of Linux viruses?
Nov
18
comment What is a Shrink Wrap code attack?
BTW, the mentioned CVE made me laugh. (The sinister kind.)
Nov
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awarded  Scholar
Nov
16
accepted What is a Shrink Wrap code attack?
Nov
15
revised What is a Shrink Wrap code attack?
added Joel on Software quote
Nov
15
comment What is a Shrink Wrap code attack?
The problem is that they don't define it. In the PDF they just put 4 bullet points and clip-art of guy cutting his PC with a chainsaw. (The idea those bullet points try to form seems way vague to be considered a definition)
Nov
15
asked What is a Shrink Wrap code attack?
Nov
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comment Online security check via command line
Neat! Works like a charm! (Just FTR: I had to allow my IP address in /etc/tinyproxy.conf)