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  • Does anyone use bcrypt?

    I have some questions about bcrypt since I'm looking for an unusual way to protect my passwords.I know its like 15 years old, but its not widely adopted and I haven't heard any tales of it being cracked. So does anyone use it? Are there any NIST recommendations about it?  I couldn't find any.

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  • Duplicate IP addresses?

    How can two laptops have the same IP address? We have a wireless connection to our home computer and somehow we both ended up with the same IP address. This strikes me as infinitely impossible, but it happened, so clearly there is something I don't understand about how IP addresses are distributed....

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  • DNS name resolve

    Hi ,We have 36 Additinal Domain Controllers in remote branches. All are windows 2008 R2. In Data center, Root domain exist. We configured sites based upon the network and geographical locations. Eventho, respective ADC is up and running, client computets resolving Domain DNS from other DNS servers....

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  • iSeries/AS/400 any problems with iseries access in a VDI environment

    Are there any issues with using iSeries access in a VDI environment. Would it work without any special configurations?

    SuzzyQ5 pointsBadges:
  • Losing my Wi-Fi network which shuts down my phone

    Is it my mobile phone my carrier or is it my Wi-Fi that's causing the shutdown?

    garfied20 pointsBadges:
  • Inter-VLAN

    How to configure inter-VLAN switching?

    sokhai5 pointsBadges:
  • Unsecure privilege mode

    What does it mean my tablet is in "high privilege mode"' (I.e. has been rooted)

    kindaichi5 pointsBadges:
  • RSA: Doing a dictionary attack

    In my understanding of learning "Security", I'm looking to learn more about how RSA works. Here's my basic understanding of RSA:Having the public key allows you to encrypt things. Encrypting the same message "Hello" on two different computers using the same public key will produce the same...

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  • Network goes down when one particular computer connects

    I have 5 computers sharing a network / sharing a common router but recently I'm having a problem in which when one particular computer is opened, the whole network goes down and none of the computer is able to connect to the internet. What could be the reason for that? Is it because of some kind of...

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  • Interpreting bandwidth usage by MRTG/CACTI

    Hello guys. We have a dedicated lease line of 1 E1 (2Mbps) that we subscribe from an ISP. For the past several months, we have noticed that internet connection is so slow and it keeps us thinking if we are getting what we are paying for. I need help in interpreting an MRTG graph from CACTI of our...

    JuneC155 pointsBadges:
  • Questions about symmetric session keys in SSL/TLS

    Do session send and receive keys in SSL/TLS protocol use symmetric encryption (DES, AES, BlowFish, etc.)? Are public-private key pairs superior to symmetric keys for key exchange security? Why isn't asymmetric encryption used for the session keys?

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  • Lotus Notes security: Changing image for password

    I've recently noticed in Lotus Notes that when it asks for my password, it always shows a screen with a picture that appears to change after a new character is entered (after the fifth character).Now I'm not sure if this is security related but is this a way to distract an attacker from looking at...

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  • Help with E-Mail error code 550 5.7.1

    Can anyone help me please.  I am trying to send an email to a business account but I keep getting the mails bounced back to me with the following error code.  I have also tried to email someone else at their headquarters and get the same message...... reason: 550 5.7.1 Requested action not taken:...

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  • Alot file

    How do you delete alot program?

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  • Is it worth it to password protect a servers BIOS?

    I have set up password protection on the BIOS of my server, which kicks in when the you enter BIOS setup. My worry is that someone could enter setup and apply a master boot password thereby taking control of the system. Is this a realistic fear and does a password actually help in securing the data...

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  • BlackBerry Storm

    My BlackBerry Storm keeps on resetting. What should I do?

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  • BlackBerry App World requires that your device radio is turned on to continue.

    When I try to add the new application by using BlackBerry App World, the below error massage appeared: BlackBerry App World requires that your device radio is turned on to continue. BlackBerry 9530 with v5.0.0.328. I have checked Pakistan in this page. All connections are on and active and the...

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  • restrict installation to AD user

    i have create one ou in my AD and under ou so many users are there i want to deny them install application.And one thing they have local system admin right and iisuer permission .

    alokguru5 pointsBadges:
  • PC does not starting

    When I start my CPU, there a sound is coming like continuous beep and monitor showing "no signal"... how can I find the problem and solve it? partha saradhi

    parthasaradhi5 pointsBadges:
  • BlackBerry messages

    How do I open messages on a BlackBerry 8900 Curve?

    nzillingworth5 pointsBadges:

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