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reviewed Close What major vulnerabilities have there been to TLS libraries?
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reviewed Close Check if i'm using a filtered network
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reviewed Close SSL Certificate framework 101: How does the browser actually verify the validity of a given server certificate?
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reviewed Close Most secure SSH server
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reviewed Close How do I ensure programs ask for permission to access the internet?
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reviewed Close Which hashing algorithm is ideal for use on the web?
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reviewed Close How can i access in host file whiles using a proxy server
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reviewed Close Personal details and last 4 digits of credit card
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reviewed Close Use SSH config file with Putty
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awarded  Popular Question
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comment How can I add a layer of security to cleartext passwords and SSL?
Assuming SSL is compromised, as this thought exercise requires, this does protect the username/password from direct exposure. However it does not protect it from eventual compromise by brute-force against the hash. It also doesn't protect it against reuse by the attacker - effectively, the hashes have become the username & password and the attacker would just replay those over the wire.
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reviewed Close Worthy security related certifications for a software engineer
Apr
21
reviewed Close Malware analysis - how to extract executable files using static analysis?
Apr
21
reviewed Close Pivoting without Meterpreter
Apr
21
reviewed Close Linux kernel 3+ system call table modification detection
Apr
21
reviewed Close How does BGP filtering work to prevent routing hijacking?
Apr
21
comment Why would a website allow answers to security questions to be used interchangeably?
Everyone commenting on the quality of the security questions & answers here: Please remember that the OP has posted these only as examples for demonstration and, in fact, has explicitly stated that these are not the ones he's actually using.
Apr
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awarded  Notable Question
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14
awarded  Reviewer
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14
reviewed Close Are there “secure” languages?