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comment Does DNS pinning protect against all DNS rebinding attack?
Thanks for shedding your light on this.
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comment Does DNS pinning protect against all DNS rebinding attack?
Upvoted for the clearly described and thoughtful scenario.
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comment In hashing, does it matter how random a salt is?
Why do you state that a salt is always stored with the hash? I can think of many scenario's where you wouldn't need to (e.g. one site-specific salt, a global value, as it were). In cases like that, you may want to opt for a not-guessable salt.
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answered What sort of mathematical background is necessary to learn ethical hacking?
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comment weird visitors to my website
Maybe the files are already infected, and contain malicious code. That could explain why so many requests are made (e.g. the file is used to infect other users). I guess you can find that out by checking its 'last edited' timestamp and/or scanning the file with a virus scanner.
Apr
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comment weird visitors to my website
That's not necessarily true. If the attack would be launched from compromised systems in a botnet, the IPs would be from "real" computers. If there are vulnerabilities in the pages you listed, the visits may be attempts to exploit it.
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answered weird visitors to my website
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answered Does DNS pinning protect against all DNS rebinding attack?
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asked Does DNS pinning protect against all DNS rebinding attack?