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147 votes

Is it possible the person sitting across from me at Starbucks was trying to hack my laptop?

129 votes

This JavaScript code is injected on my hotel Wi-Fi: should I be worried?

74 votes
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Is SQL injection possible with LIMIT?

38 votes

Should I be afraid of biometric IDs?

23 votes
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Storing plaintext passwords for cameras - Security concerns?

14 votes
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Break the popularity contest crypto

13 votes
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Protect against POST //cgi-bin/php attacks?

6 votes

Is "password knocking" a good idea?

4 votes

Is it legal to start a private website for you and your friends to hack?

4 votes

Any problems with scrypt yet?

4 votes

How to use a stolen cookie?

4 votes
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Can webpages using the Google plus button get my name?

3 votes

One time passwords using Mobile phones

3 votes

Unexpected emails have been sent - do I need to wipe my Android?

3 votes
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Security through obscurity - "https requests" are safe?

3 votes

JavaScript Injection using Man in the Middle Attack

2 votes

Intrusion Detected - OS Attack

1 vote

Convincing my manager to use salts

1 vote

How do I secure Apache against the Bash Shellshock vulnerability?

1 vote
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Is limiting access to a web script with .htaccess secure enough when that script can run arbitrary commands?

1 vote

How do exploits and payloads work together?

1 vote

Is there something similar to pseudorandom generators but in the opposite direction?

1 vote

My site was hacked and the attacker got data from the config file

1 vote

Passing session id in query string to maintain state in third party iframe - good practice?

1 vote
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How to create a secure nonce for WSSE

1 vote

Are passwords comprised of key sequences on a keyboard any less secure than the same characters but jumbled up?

0 votes

Demonstrating SQL injection

0 votes

Detecting Hardware keyloggers... elegant solutions?

0 votes

Are credit card number look ups more secure with a hash function than with a deterministic encryption algorithm?

0 votes

How difficult is the USB firmware attack?