2018
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2017
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accepted Why do I need to setup VPN on my router to protect a DVR from outside access?
Nov
14
comment Why do I need to setup VPN on my router to protect a DVR from outside access?
Is there a way I contact you for some help in this regard?
Nov
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asked Safety protocol for USB flash drives
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comment Why do I need to setup VPN on my router to protect a DVR from outside access?
Are there any guides on how to setup a VPN for a DVR?
Oct
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asked Why do I need to setup VPN on my router to protect a DVR from outside access?
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comment How to securely setup a DVR for remote viewing
All kinds of tips - that's great and thanks for that! But is there a complete guide on how to setup the whole thing?
Oct
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asked How to securely setup a DVR for remote viewing
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comment What's more secure from outside hacking - Standalone vs. PC-Based DVRs
@Pascal - that's exactly how I intend to use them - only while I'm away, hence the internet access. I do understand that if someone really wants to gather access they will. My main concern was to not make it easy for casual hackers and bots to (randomly) gain access.
Jun
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comment What's more secure from outside hacking - Standalone vs. PC-Based DVRs
So which one would be easier to secure, as the whole point would be for me to be able to monitor while I'm away.
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asked What's more secure from outside hacking - Standalone vs. PC-Based DVRs
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2016
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accepted Truecrypt FDE and BSOD dumping physical memory to disk - possible data leak?
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comment Truecrypt FDE and BSOD dumping physical memory to disk - possible data leak?
Thanks. I'm wondering though how is it possible to write stuff to a fully encrypted HDD? Doesn't it appear full with no free space to write? How does Windows see the folder where to write the dump file, when everything is encrypted?
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asked Truecrypt FDE and BSOD dumping physical memory to disk - possible data leak?
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comment Can you add random useless code to a virus to change its hash so that no 2 users have the same hash?
So essentially the time of antivirus software is over, it's more of an infection prevention now - i.e. don't do stuff that might get you infected, because once you do - you might not become aware of it for quite some time?
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