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Rod MacPherson
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21 votes

Why is WPA Enterprise more secure than WPA2?

11 votes
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Is "Fingerprint Check" enough to verify HTTPS certificates?

9 votes
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How CA ensures that a certificate request is coming from me?

6 votes

How does Google Maps know where I am, when I'm using a VPN?

6 votes

Is Windows BitLocker secure?

5 votes

Ubuntu LVM Encryption

4 votes

Why does PGP use symmetric encryption and RSA?

4 votes

Should a full disk encrypted hard drive on a live system be considered encryption at rest?

4 votes

What benefit is there to adding a password to your SSH key?

3 votes
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Why doesn't Google 2 Factor Auth ask for a code?

3 votes

Virus Removal Boot Disks -- a few questions

3 votes
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Why should I pay for an email S/MIME certificate?

2 votes

Are MAC Address Filtering and SSID Hiding still worthwhile?

2 votes

How can a non-technical user verify a message was sent "securely"? ...or over TLS?

2 votes

Why block outgoing network traffic with a firewall?

1 vote

Why should I log successful log-ins to my server?

1 vote

What are other channels Botnets can use for command and control except IRC

1 vote

Is it possible to use wildcard certificates on multiple devices?

1 vote

Is encrypting home sufficient?

1 vote

SNMPv2 and Community Security

1 vote

You're an IT consultant. Should you discourage a client from telling you their password?

1 vote

How do you keep track of numerous keys in the workplace?

1 vote

Safe to connect to external drive?

1 vote

Are password-protected ZIP files secure?

0 votes

How secure are "mobile authenticators" versus traditional key fobs?

0 votes

Pros/cons of using a private DNS vs. a public DNS

0 votes

Signed URL's as a security measure

0 votes

Two-Step vs. Two-Factor Authentication - Is there a difference?

0 votes

How serious is InstallIQ?

0 votes

Can anyone tell if a wireless router is plugged into an Ethernet port (without actually seeing it)