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accepted Can Skype chat be protected from snooping? Are there safe alternatives?
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asked Can Skype chat be protected from snooping? Are there safe alternatives?
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accepted What does Bluffdale mean for privacy?
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted How does IP tracking work?
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comment How does IP tracking work?
Thanks for the response. I'm even more fascinated by this than I was when I posted. I just can't believe that such a huge flaw in the internet allows 'true anonymity'.
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asked What does Bluffdale mean for privacy?
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comment How does IP tracking work?
thanks for the link. I'm going to keep this question open for a while hopefully to get some more opinions but I guessed it was basically possible but only if it really really mattered to the authorities and certainly not simple
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asked How does IP tracking work?
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comment Looking for Information security / risk management table top or card games
this might be a bit off topic but I remember hearing a bout this and being intrigued: cbsnews.com/2100-501563_162-4930814.html basically what happens if that you get different teams in different rooms and each team can only see status of the others after the other team makes a move, teams can make as many moves as they like and it gets broadcast to the others and the resulting effects are evaluated. It was designed as a way of assessing the risk of non-lethal economic attacks (economic war game) on the US. interested me at the time.
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comment Are there security design weaknesses in the EFF Sovereign Keys proposal?
@e-sushi well done i hope the proposal is progressing well. The more the Eff gets involved with this the better
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awarded  Supporter
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comment Is scanning a site directory considered illegal penetration testing?
in fact i'm almost 100% certain that anyone working in technology except the cleaning ladies are technically criminals
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answered Is scanning a site directory considered illegal penetration testing?
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comment Does NIST really recommend PBKDF2 for password hashing?
lol, only if theyve already cracked it ;-)
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answered I found that the company I work for is putting a backdoor into mobile phones