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April 10th, 2010 11:09 AM
For AO at least... I think this pretty much sums up that all the contributors have gone elsewhere. There's plenty of pioneering going on, much of it used to be discussed on AO, guess not anymore....
AO had value for the frequently submitted tutorials / original content. Seems to be more of a IT forum / helpdesk now. Haven't gotten good use of AO in 3 maybe 4 years.
I still check...
A pretty open "threats" page. Name another site that openly announces the threats they face by name. Also see the blog during phishing attacks.
I guess then...
January 29th, 2009 03:04 AM
Right now the only effective attack against RECaptcha (that I know about, at least) is captcha farming. AFAIK you won't see farming attacks against anything less than a major...
January 24th, 2009 10:26 PM
again, depends on the audience. @cheapscotchron, they might not be buying anything at all!
Neg, can you school your userbase or not? :)
January 24th, 2009 07:58 AM
Depends on what you're doing. What kind of userbase will see the green bar?
The green bar is really the only improvement.
December 8th, 2008 02:55 AM
October 3rd, 2008 07:28 PM
Debian had to fix the same hole, smartass :)
I'm designing a set of interview questions based around opportunity situations for interviews coming up. One of them is:
If you discovered ______ in _____, how would you _______
The modern internet landscape has proven that the dimension of personal responsibility is less valuable in defending one's self online.
For instance, no level of "responsibility" will help you...
March 22nd, 2008 03:52 AM
well i may be average, but at least I'm not mean.
(math pun ftw)
March 20th, 2008 06:54 PM
March 19th, 2008 09:32 PM
I fail to see how this can be exploited remotely?
Unless a malicious file is run... how is this going to work? To people hook VLC into their browsers or what?
March 19th, 2008 06:52 AM
You guys have shown your cards...
Ok, so you're stuck on this software... offering cash for tuts is a non-technical solution to have users contribute... that decisions make more sense now. You...
March 16th, 2008 11:59 PM
I'm speaking of the change between oct 4-16 of 2006
March 16th, 2008 11:28 PM
(Hello to those who remember me!)
I left the site a while ago when it was in a lull. I check back every so often to see if it's been remedied or not, and this thread was on the front page......
October 18th, 2006 03:27 AM
September 29th, 2006 06:10 AM
I am trying to achieve this:
I have a known set of users that I can provide certificates to for authentication.
September 28th, 2006 05:22 AM
Wrong books and authors
Google hacking for penetration testers is by Johnny Long by Syngress publishing... Google Hacks from O'Reilly is by Tara Calishain and Rael Dornfest
Both are great so I...
September 16th, 2006 07:28 PM
Via Slashdot: http://it.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=06/09/15/239205&from=rss
Via EWeek: http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,1895,2016606,00.asp
September 12th, 2006 09:25 PM
If you're running a honeywall, honeysnap will help you out.
September 12th, 2006 01:39 AM
Perhaps compare the costs of a virus outbreak to the cost of the purchase. You can embellish worm costs to extremes and "forget" to leave in maintenance costs for the IPS.
Just make the report...
September 10th, 2006 05:57 PM
It's actually not a distro:
August 24th, 2006 04:29 PM
You can try something a little more along the lines of:
They embed transparent hyperlinks in their sites that eventually lead to email addresses... they get...