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comment Are consumer-grade routers any more or less vulnerable?
@logicalscope, since you edited the title, can you please clarify what you meant by it? See my comment. php_nub_qq, if the revised title doesn't accurately reflect your intent, you are welcome to edit it further to pick a better title -- I suspect logicalscope was simply trying to select a more descriptive, narrowly defined title, so you are welcome to edit it to improve it further.
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comment Are consumer-grade routers any more or less vulnerable?
"more vulnerable" than what? The title asks if it's more or less vulnerable, but without telling us what you want to compare to, it's not clear how to answer the question in the title.
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comment Man in the middle attack theory
See also security.stackexchange.com/q/47769/971.
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comment How does getting a remote shell via exploiting a vulnerability really work?
This site format does not work so well for 5 different questions smooshed together into a single post. Please stick to one question per question. Also, we expect you to do a significant amount of research/self-study before asking, and to tell us in the question what you've tried. What resources have you looked at? Many of your questions are covered by standard resources -- there would be little value in just repeating those standard explanations here.
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revised How can American Express Serve login be PCI-DSS compliant?
Elaborate on the answer and put the bottom line up at the front.
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comment How can American Express Serve login be PCI-DSS compliant?
OK. In defense of this answer, the question does ask "How can this site be compliant?", and your answer does explain one way it could be compliant (even though in this case the correct answer might actually be "You've misunderstood how the site works, that's how it can be compliant."). So, you raise good points -- thank you.
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comment How are digital certificates compared?
possible duplicate of SSL Certificate framework 101: How does the browser actually verify the validity of a given server certificate?
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comment Are there any independent organizations doing (publicly available) IT security research?
@Pacerier, sorry, I didn't intend that you should read too much into the word "act". I was mostly referring to the issue that the OP asked about, e.g., are independent, have no commercial interest in selling people a product, make their research publicly available.