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comment What is the safest way to store passwords in a company for the case when the CISO leaves?
Revoke all keys touched by the CISO on departure. Rotate the master keys. Very easy as software goes, but it is still security and key management so there's a lot of time in doing that part right. Very easy to switch to. Can totally be done incrementally, adding systems as you go along.
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comment problems in ipv6 firewall configurations
You should format your command line output with four spaces in front of it. Superuser or Ubuntu sites might be suited for this, but you'd need a bit more info to make it answerable. Make use of ssh -v to make sure you're connecting to the right host. Pair along with traceroute6 to make sure IPv6 actually works at all. Use ssh -6 to force IPv6.
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answered Why is leaving a passworded SSH over the internet so bad?
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comment Why did customer services say using symbols in a password is insecure?
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answered How should I securely type a password in front of a lot of people?
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comment CRIME - How to beat the BEAST successor?
@Pacerier: his avatar photo is a bear, and he has several times the reputation of the nearest user making him Big Bear.
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comment Why are Facebook, etc. considered as typical authorization servers in OpenId?
@Dominic108 Reputation and legal ramifications. With larger companies like those, you also expect them to have strong policies and internal security controls to prevent most employees and external threads from achieving that level of access.