• Apache SSLCipherSuite continues to fail in PCI compliance scan

    We have a Fedora server that's running on Apache to pass a PCI DSS compliance scan by McAfee. Here's what we used for the default SSLCipherSuite and SSLProtocol. SSLProtocol ALL -SSLv2 SSLCipherSuite ALL:!ADH:RC4+RSA:+HIGH:+MEDIUM:+LOW:+SSLv2:+EXP So it failed because of weak ciphers. We changed it...

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  • OST files

    We are migrating users from one exchange server to another. the users sit in remote sites and use very slow links to connect to the exchange server. Is it possible to use the old ost on the pc for the new exchange server instead of recreating the ost with the new exchange server, which can take...

    PaulBone10 pointsBadges:
  • PCI compliance: Disable AUTH on Port 25

    Due to PCI compliance, we have to disable plaintext authentication. We were able to do this through encapsulating communications between our mail server and clients with TLS on port 465. Here's where the problem is: Port 25 has to remain open / unencrypted for us to receive mail, but it shouldn't...

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  • Use IMEI to retrieve present phone number

    Please, I need a solution or tool to help me use IMEI to retrieve present phone number, and geolocate my lost phone. I will be very grateful if any body can help.

    mariyom5 pointsBadges:
  • Should I worry about my POS system terminal for PCI compliance?

    I've been getting into PCI DSS lately (because my organization asked me too). Our company accepts payments using a POS terminal that's connected to the Internet though the office LAN. Our terminal isn't integrated with any payment processing apps, just paper receipts. Should I worry about PCI...

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  • PCI DSS: Enforce password management for ASP.NET

    I've been working on our PCI DSS assessment. I already know that passwords must be changed every 90 days / different than previous passwords. But I'm not sure if this is for access to the server or to the app we provide to users on the server. If it's the second part, can we enforce this in ASP.NET...

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  • Is there a non-US PCI compliant service that stores credit card info?

    We're working on a website that would allow our users to pay with their credit cards. We're outside of the country so we can't use a normal merchant account (like Braintree). Does anyone happen to know of a credit card service that would allow us to store credit card info and access them through an...

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  • Storing a shipping address for PCI compliance

    From what I understand, storing a shipping address would be okay for PCI compliance right? Do configuration standards include requirements for a firewall at each Internet connection? Is there a process for approving and testing all external network connections? I'm leaning towards no but I need to...

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  • Where can I learn the basics of information security?

    Hi, I'm 16 years old and I was thinking about following a career in information security and I just can't find any good place to teach me the basics of this and school doesn't help me at all cause we are not teached anything like that. Thanks for your time and have a good day!

    Andrei265 pointsBadges:
  • I forget my password

    How can I reset my password

    loriandskip3215 pointsBadges:
  • How to use payment gateway integration to avoid PCI compliance

    My client has an e-commerce which accepts payments through a payment gateway integration that transfers the control to payment gateways. But it knows that it needs to be PCI compliant for accepting credit card information. Instead, could our client use stripe payment gateway / integration that it...

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  • Cross-site scripting issue for PCI compliance

    For one of our client's websites, they're trying to pass PCI compliance test but the testing company notified us of a vulnerability that we can't figure out. Here's what they told us: The issue here is a cross-site scripting vulnerability that is commonly associated with e-commerce applications....

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  • Will IIS 7 automatically use SSL 3.0?

    We're running a Windows Server 2008 with IIS 7. I need to use SSL 3.0 for our PCI compliance but from what I was told, we should disable SSL 2.0. But if I need to do this, will IIS automatically use SSL 3.0? Thanks!

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  • Best solution for PCI DSS compliance

    We're currently comparing solutions for PCI DSS compliance including: Splunk, RSA enVision, ArcSight, etc. But we're not sure what to do with. Has anyone had any experience with these programs? Our PCI system is a small segmented network with 5 hosts and our machines will be running Linux. Thanks!

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  • SQL Server rotation of keys for PCI compliance

    I understand that PCI compliance requires annual rotation of keys. So, I have 16 databases across 3 servers (with multiple tables in each database). And it's going to get bigger. If I did this manually, it would make my data unreadable. Is there a software to do this?

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  • Website monitoring suggestions?

    Suggestions for website monitoring? Is there something that monitors for security vulnerabilities?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • What’s a good open source static source code analysis tool?

    My department needs an open source static source code analysis tool that's going to be used for security testing on an Android app. We need to make sure the app is PCI compliant. Anyone know of a software that we can use for this?

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  • FTP to SFTP

    I have a job to convert the data file into FTP. But now I need to send it in SFTP form. How can I progress on it? Could you please help me out of it?

    Su3021025 pointsBadges:
  • Should we turn off expose_php off for PCI compliance?

    We have been told by one of our clients that having expose_php = on in our php.ini is a big security issue and not PCI compliant. But we did some research that it's low risk. Does anyone know if this is a major problem? Thanks!

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  • What credit card info can I store while being PCI compliant?

    Would anyone happen to know what credit card information I'm allowed to store while still being PCI compliant if I'm relying on braintree for payment processing? Are we allowed to store this information: Last 4 digits of credit cards Card type Cardholder name Thanks!

    ITKE363,925 pointsBadges:

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