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A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.

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Questions related to obtaining accreditation through the URAC body to show a commitment to continuous process improvement.
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Expression Language Injection (EL-injection or ELI) is an attack where poorly sanitized user input is fed to the Java Unified Expression Language interpreter and injected into a webpage.
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Vivaldi is a web browser aimed at power users.
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A service tag is a unique identifier given to every distributed product. This tag can be used in order to obtain support for your device.
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GNSS is a common name for global navigation systems such as GPS or Glonass. Use this tag for questions on e.g. jamming and spoofing of GNSS signals.
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An EAP method that uses a Pre-Shared Key for authentication as defined by RFC 4764.
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A starvation attacks are a sub-category of denial-of-service attacks caused by depriving the server of a key resource. Common examples are SYN flood (depriving CPU) and DHCP Starvation (depriving MAC …
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for security and privacy issues related to bringing sensitive devices or information through airport security. Please say within the law; questions seeking to circumvent airport security measures will…
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Stopping browsers from MIME sniffing, usually via the X-Content-Type-Options header.
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For questions relating to security aspects of the TR-069 application layer protocol.
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Duqu is a sophisticated Trojan that seems to have been written by the same people who created the infamous Stuxnet worm.
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JNDI (Java Naming and Directory Interface) is an API that allows Java applications to look up resources by name.
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Starlink is a project owned by SpaceX, aiming to provide internet via satellites.
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The HTTP Archive format, or HAR, is a JSON-formatted archive file format for logging of a web browser's interaction with a site. The common extension for these files is .har.
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Security issues relating to installing two or more operative systems on the same physical device.
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The Certificate Management Protocol (CMP) is used for certificate operations such as certificate issuance, certificate revocation and CA rollover
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1Password is a password manager.
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Kerberoasting is an attack against the Kerberos protocol that can be used to obtain password hashes for Active Directory accounts.
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Stuxnet was a worm, first discovered in 2010, that targeted the Iranian nuclear program.
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SRTP is the secure version of RTP (real-time transport protocol).
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