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Specific to the security of passwords: hashing, entropy, cracking, resets, lockouts, etc.

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I can think of 3 reasons to do this 1. A hacker is less likely to have a rainbow table for it That's not a good defense - they can still build a table applicable to every user in your system. …
answered Feb 13 '12 by BlueRaja - Danny Pflughoeft
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As another example, here are some images from KrebsOnSecurity on ATM Skimmers (devices used to steal ATM credentials) Hidden camera behind ATM faceplate (source) Hidden camera glued to corner of …
answered Nov 8 '18 by BlueRaja - Danny Pflughoeft
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When I visit Microsoft.com, the LastPass dropdown lists my username/password for login.live.com. It does something similar for Playstation.com and several other sites. How does it know? Are these h …
asked Aug 31 '15 by BlueRaja - Danny Pflughoeft