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Angelo Schilling
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11 votes

Why Cloudflare is a MITM attack?

4 votes
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My ASP.NET core application executable detected as Trojan

4 votes

Country Blocking

4 votes
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Does red-teaming encompass the entire skillset of a blue-teamer?

3 votes

Is local admin access a danger to a properly set-up network?

2 votes

Do security questions make sense?

2 votes

Malware Author's Mindset

2 votes
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Security controls around data in motion?

2 votes

What is NetSpectre?

1 vote

Visual Studio Code leaving port open

1 vote

What security considerations should be made when choosing a universal authenticator app?

1 vote

get ip address of person from facebook chat

1 vote
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How can I verify a company's identity?

1 vote

Incident response and recovery from a security breach with unknown attack vector

1 vote
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What is this scheme called and how should it work exactly?

1 vote

Opening Malware with Live OS safe?

1 vote

How to deal with low-probability high-impact risks?

1 vote

What tools are available to compare a 'before' and 'after' security baseline of a Windows machine?

1 vote

Are mulitple Service Accounts more secure than a single account?

1 vote

Capture emails of users who clicked my link

1 vote

How to protect our server from brute force attack?

1 vote

How to redirect any response to an arbitrary location in OWASP ZAP's request editor?

0 votes

Port sweep vs port scan

0 votes

Which questions should be asked when evaluating the risk of a policy exception?

0 votes

If i reside in the U.S., should i use a VPN exit IP outside of my country or inside?

0 votes

Could an attacker spoof a whitelisted IP to access the network?

0 votes
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Meterpreter file upload - segmentation fault

0 votes

Backup is corrective control or a preventive control?

0 votes

Is Spyzie a scam that allows people to pull data from iCloud?

0 votes

principle of splitting sensitive data across multiple machines running different operating systems