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The best way to allow HTTPS traffic go through Proxy on Ipad device

Currently We are facing 1 requirement from our customer which I don't know which was the particular way to implement this. Hence, I would like to share my story here with you all Requirement We ...
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Prevent users from copying sensitive data

I got a strange requirement as part of a recent project that our company is involved with. The project involves sensitive information and hence the data is restricted to only the team members involved ...
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Block AzureRM PowerShell Module

Is there a way to block AzureRM PowerShell module commands from being executed by certain Azure AD users somewhere in Azure group policy? Or is there a way to do this with PowerShell tools?
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UUID in URL - how safe from accidental discovery is my proposed solution?

Here is what I want to do: We create reports for customers, normally we send them as pdf to our customer who then shares them with colleagues across his company. We want to switch now to digital ...
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How do they determine that “It's likely that you're behind VPN or proxy” if I have my own custom VPN? [closed]

I have my own VPN server on a remote server on VPS. On some websites, very unknown and small ones, I've faced up to a restriction stating "It's likely that you're behind VPN or proxy, you're not ...
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What access does installing custom certificate file give?

I recently installed a custom CA certificate from a trusted authority to access some blocked resources. Android popped up with a message "The network can be monitored" This made me question what can ...
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Implementing user access restriction Bluetooth LE

I have been working on a system that needs simple access restriction to a bluetooth module. I was going to use a set pin code, but it turns out that Bt LE no longer uses pairing pins. What would be ...
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How to globally limit Bluetooth functionality on Android and iPhone

I recently got my parents a Bluetooth speaker, and they are very new to the smartphone arena. What I would like is to disable all of the Bluetooth functionality in their phones except for the ability ...
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How is it possible to bypass single-site restriction set by ISP? [duplicate]

What's going on in this video? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lXVqdezJf1A Here, the ISP restricts access to all other sites but one (twitter.com) when the user's account balance is insufficient. In ...
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Why is `cd` restricted in rbash/restricted bash?

The bash manual says: A restricted shell behaves identically to bash with the exception that the following are disallowed or not performed: Changing directories with the cd builtin. Why is ...
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Device Control Policy

I want to blacklist all the external storage devices and only allow specific brand of device such as SanDisk. I had blacklisted the external storage devices by using USBSTOR* and whitelist all the ...
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Folder Access restriction in Shared Hosting

In a shared hosting I use (where I don't have access to httpd.conf files) I want PHP files in "MyTargetFolder" to not have ability to access anything in upper directories. It needs some configuration ...
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Securing Data at Rest in Android

Here's a situation. I am the author of an app that allows my customers to stream videos on their local android device. I also allow them to download the video and store it locally on their android ...
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How safe are networking ACLs based on IP-address?

As far as I know, a determined attacker would have no major issues in hacking the IP address of the packets contained by his (web) request. Therefore, I cannot see how an Access Control List (such as ...
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Blocking access to social media on Windows

I would like to block websites like Facebook, YouTube and other social sites as part of my job and would need your advice on how to manage that. There are about 120 PCs in the building. Is something ...
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How can I implement DVD copy protection?

I want to make a DVD movie which will be playable on a standard DVD player, but I want to make it copy restricted. I know it is practically impossible, but I just want security to protect it from ...
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Is it possible for a hacker to download a php file without executing it first?

I have a php website where everything is in the public_html\ folder, including an includes folder with config and classes. I told my developer to move it away from public folder but he said there is ...
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Is IP restriction enough or should I SSL my web authentication?

I want to connect to my home install of phpmyadmin. I restricted the connection for this to my 2 IPs. But I don't really understand this whole OSI layering. I do know that the IP is saved in the ...
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Which properties of a X.509 certificate should be critical and which not?

RFC5280's section 4.2 states Each extension in a certificate is designated as either critical or non-critical. A certificate-using system MUST reject the certificate if it encounters ...