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comment Storing only BIN part of PAN, does this qualify as a full PAN?
Not sure I fully understand the question. First of all, let me clarify that requirement 3.4 is only about persistent storage. If you only store the PAN in RAM, you don't have to comply with 3.4 (truncated or not). If you are storing the PAN on disk, you have to comply with 3.4. One way of doing so is by truncation.
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answered Storing only BIN part of PAN, does this qualify as a full PAN?
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comment How can I use this path bypass/exploit Local File Inclusion?
I think that what Prowla is saying is that you should do research on your own website. You can for example have a look at OWASP BWA project.
Jul
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answered PCI-DSS and salt storage
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comment Tool to grab sensitive information from command lines
I am accepting this answer because it seems (from the answers and my research) that there is no such tool. This post would be a good starting point for someone willing to write one.
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accepted Tool to grab sensitive information from command lines
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asked Tool to grab sensitive information from command lines
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answered Metasploit Development Reference
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answered PCI Compliant Key Management solutions that don't cost a fortune
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answered why does the first certificate have a RSA public key in x.509?
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answered Should a user have the ability to be logged in from multiple locations at the same time?