2015
Oct
7
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
31
answered My friend revealed both private and public keys for his server. How serious is this?
Jul
21
awarded  Caucus
2014
Nov
7
awarded  Yearling
Mar
20
comment How could someone exploit the OS an ATM is running?
Many ATMs are "air gapped" in a sense that financial data is exchanged over a dedicated modem with a dumb interface. Those can be of raiser curious varieties, such as modems using GSM voice channel for data.
Feb
26
comment Are there any tell-tale signs of self-hacking?
And yet, insider jobs are very common (and commonly blamed on "hackers"). Banks have this sort of problems all the time.
2013
Nov
8
answered Why don't banks get hacked?
Nov
7
awarded  Teacher
Nov
7
answered Is using 'dot' and 'at' in email addresses in public text still useful?