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Specific to logging of alerts, activities and actions. This also covers user's history managed by software such as browsers.

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these cases, the problem is relying upon a broken security system and logging this isn't very helpful. You could install Linux on an old Desktop and use snort. Snort can detect some wireless attacks. But more importantly, snort has general purpose IDS rulesets. …
answered May 4 '12 by rook
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. AppArmor and SELinux can prevent a process from accessing an arbitrary file or directory. PHP's open_base_dir can prevent PHP from including files outside of the application directory. Remote Logging
answered Aug 6 '12 by rook
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If the stats that you are collecting are just as simple as "Have i seen this IP before?" then a Bloom Filter is ideal. Bloom Filter lookups and inserts are both O(1). But most importantly you cannot r …
answered Aug 4 '12 by rook
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If you have people connecting to mysql you have already seriously fucked up. You need to change your firewall settings to make sure that only trusted hosts can connect and no one else. An attacker c …
answered Mar 10 '12 by rook
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If you are using GMail or Yahoo all credentials should be transmitted over HTTPS and there for you are safe. If you where connecting to http://security.stackexchange.com or StackOverflow over an ope …
answered Jun 18 '12 by rook