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To teach security via gamification, we should create a worldwide network of vulnerable servers containing valuable data to steal!
I recommend asking interviewees for their passwords. If they comply, don't hire them.
eBay used PBKDF2 with 12,000 rounds of SHA-256, apparently. I appreciate criminals revealing the info, since eBay won't tell us.
How Gmail blocks spam, in very interesting detail https://moderncrypto.org/mail-archive/messaging/2014/000780.html?hn …
If Snowden got a divorce, he'd release one complaint about his ex every day for years.
So both Windows and Mac OS X are invulnerable to Heartbleed; I guess the only significant client target is Android.
Researcher fired for publishing FireEye exploit https://twitter.com/exploitdb/status/486256164641206274 … @kmkz_security
What is a mutex? - EPIC EXPLANATION http://stackoverflow.com/questions/34524/what-is-a-mutex …
Let me explain: Heartbleed is like the Black Death, except without the black or the death.
I teach Ethical Hacking at City College San Francisco. My statements are my own, not official positions of CCSF.
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