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May
9
reviewed Leave Open ROP Gadgets from executables?
May
9
reviewed Leave Open Prove that you deleted the file
May
9
reviewed Leave Open Does escaping quotes protect me from SQL injection?
May
9
comment Is OpenGL a security problem?
Good question, it extends to all DMA hardware - pretty much anything that plugs into a PCI slot or Firewire port, which then runs software (or even just firmware) that could be subverted.
May
9
revised how does a reflection attack work?
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May
8
revised how does a reflection attack work?
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May
8
revised how does a reflection attack work?
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May
8
answered how does a reflection attack work?
May
8
reviewed Approve Is it possible for a hacker to download a php file without executing it first?
May
7
answered Man in the middle attacks for Out of band Authentication
May
6
comment What is the collision chance of a 128-bit hashing function if it is always fed with 256-bits of data?
It is also worth noting that 2^64 is a teeny tiny fraction of the 2^128 hash space.
May
3
reviewed Looks OK How to camouflage the IP packages in a Home share wireless router?
May
3
reviewed Close Encrypting using AES 256, do I need IV?
May
3
reviewed Close Is the execution time for bcrypt independent of the length of the input string?
May
3
reviewed Leave Open Example of malware that spreads via USB?
May
3
reviewed Leave Open I'm being followed on the web. Explanations for mysterious behavior
May
3
comment Is IP Forwarding a risk by itself?
+1 as I understand it, ip_forward is transparent, masquerading is what people should be worried about.
May
3
comment How to camouflage at the best on internet?
It depends who you are trying to hide from. The remote hosts you connect to? Your ISP? Other users of your machine? Other users of your local network? The government? Law enforcement?
May
3
comment Confidentiality without Encryption - A way to circumvent Internet censorship
Yep you're about right, some mixmasters did fragment the emails into a storm of fragments (the whole point is to get a lot of users), but it is not quite the same which is why I only commented, rather than answered :P
May
3
answered Blocking network access to host(s) at the kernel level in Linux?