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I don't have any formal education on programming. I guess it is the passion that gets me started and keeps me going. Thanks everybody for sharing your knowledge. Don't worry, I am no critic. I see no wrong answer, only good and not so good answers. All are welcome to learn and to share.


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awarded  Popular Question
Jun
22
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
15
awarded  Good Answer
Jun
10
comment Why is it dangerous to stay logged in as root for an extended period of time?
@Pacerier, that wasn't from me.
May
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awarded  Good Answer
May
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reviewed No Action Needed Why is a public key called a key - isn't it a lock?
Apr
24
awarded  Yearling
Mar
29
comment Suspicious GET request parameter list?
Too many for a list to be useful. You should work on white-listing instead.
Mar
29
comment Need help deobfuscating malicious PHP
Looking at the structure, it is most likely the same polymorphic code encrypted differently to evade detection. This code is not a backdoor. The backdoor is likely from the plugin. You could edit your question to include the relevant access log so that others may be able to help you.
Mar
25
comment Is my ISP hacking me?
Are you using wireless WEP or do you have a weak wifi password? What you need to do is to reset the router and set a strong WPA2 password.
Mar
25
comment Need help deobfuscating malicious PHP
Have you seen this question? It looks similar.
Mar
15
answered Obscure username input on login forms?
Feb
19
comment How do I know if Google keyboard input is safe for use?
Thanks, I agree with the sentiments expressed. There seem to be little that can be done, except switching back to a non-smart phone. Many people would gladly trade security and privacy for usability. It is just a matter of time when another scandal blows up and hopefully provide that much needed wake-up call.
Feb
19
accepted How do I know if Google keyboard input is safe for use?
Feb
19
comment Is “password knocking” a good idea?
Agree with your other points except that it is more likely for the attacker to miss the sequence using brute-force if he does not know the scheme.
Feb
18
comment How to hack a device if i have thier MAC address
See this.
Feb
18
asked How do I know if Google keyboard input is safe for use?
Feb
15
reviewed No Action Needed How do I protect security camera footage from an adversary?
Feb
15
reviewed No Action Needed How are various softwares' files/information kept safe from me, the user
Feb
15
reviewed No Action Needed Why is the WLAN-Implementation so bad