• Was my cell phone hacked?

    There was evidence on my cell phone in the form of pictures that I was going to use as physical proof against my sister's boyfriend. I am not at liberty to say exactly what they were, but they have now disappeared. Only those pictures and others associated with him disappeared. My sister's...

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  • How to get a CISSP certification

    How do I get CISSP foundation level certification and how best I can prepare for this exam. Appreciate your help. Regards, Nagesh

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  • Can PCI DSS meet HIPAA requirements?

    Can PCI DSS meet the Health Care Industry's HIPAA requirements?

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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.

    mariyom65 pointsBadges:
  • Password policies on Google Compute Platform for PCI DSS compliance

    Would there happen to be a way to set password policies for accounts on Google Compute Platform? I'm trying to meet PCI DSS requirements. I need to include expiring passwords every four months or so, password strength and preventing re-use of passwords. Thanks!

    ITKE366,305 pointsBadges:
  • How to hack a Twitter account?

    What programs do I need to hack? Can I hack a Twitter using my phone?

    Mitchiga045 pointsBadges:
  • Rotate keys in SQL Server encryption for PCI compliance

    I understand that PCI compliance needs an annual rotation of keys. It's for decrypting your data, followed by re-encrypting it with a new key. So we have around 16 databases that are across 3 servers and multiple tables. It's only going to get bigger. Could I write something for this? Or should I...

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  • PCI compliant for secure payment service

    We're using a payment service that has a secure link where the actual payment from data will be posted. This is what the form will contain: Customer information Billing information Credit Card information Should the form be hosted on the secure site as well? A friend of mine told me that as long as...

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  • Key management for PCI DSS compliance

    Sorry for the short question but does anyone have any experience with a scheme that implements a key management scheme what complies with PCI DSS security standards? Thanks so much!

    ITKE366,305 pointsBadges:
  • PCI compliant for my payment gateway

    I've been thinking about using eWay for my payment gateway. But it offers two options: A user can either type in their credit card information on the hosted website or they can use my own form / send the data though my server to the back end. I'm leaning towards using the second option. I spoke to...

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  • Deleted tape backup by mistake

    I deleted a backup from backup list by mistake and when I reconfigured it, it has not been backing up. How do I go about it? My server is Symantec Backup Exec 2014

    lynnkellie5 pointsBadges:
  • Removal of Ads by AntiAdBlocker

    Please tell me how to remove Ads by AntiAdBlocker from Google Chrome and help protect my computer against viruses like these?

    danceforlin5 pointsBadges:
  • PCI DSS restrictions for source code repository management

    Are there any restrictions when it comes to source code repository management under PCI DSS? This is our related to our credit card processing service for clients. Thanks!

    ITKE366,305 pointsBadges:
  • How to make my website PCI compliant

    Here's what I have: I'm using a payment gateway for my website and so I provide my own credit card details form and send data to the back end through XML. Should I need to worry about PCI compliance? As long as my website is on SSL, I don't have to worry right? Thanks!

    ITKE366,305 pointsBadges:
  • DDoS mitigation for Windows Server 2008 R2

    We are doing our PCI compliance scans and our Windows Server 2008 R2 was hit by a Nessus Plugin ID. Should I be worried? It has DDoS in the title so that scares me. Here's what it says: Plugin ID: 35450 Name: DNS Server Spoofed Request Amplification DDoS Synopsis: The remote DNS server could be...

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  • Computers are barely functioning or hacked

    I know nothing about computers. Not sure how I got here and signed in? I have two desktops, two tablets and two smartphones. Also just received my new laptop today. Besides the new one not yet touched each of my computers are either barely functioning, hacked or too full of nonsense to function at...

    akayuran25 pointsBadges:
  • Would psexec cause a failure in a PCI DSS compliance scan?

    I'm hoping someone can shed some light on my question: Would psexec cause a failure in a PCI DSS compliance scan? I've been told that it can't be used by administrators in the CDE. Thanks so much.

    ITKE366,305 pointsBadges:
  • Resetting Password

    How do I reset my password?

    ljchambers525 pointsBadges:
  • Get SMTP Port 25 to be PCI compliant

    We're running a PCI compliance scan on our server and it keeps failing on port 25 with this message: SSL Server Supports Weak Encryption nCircle ID: 6174 Port: 25 CVSS Score: 5.8 Not Compliant Description The SSL (Secure Socket Layer) Server supports weak encryption keys, which are defined as...

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  • PCI scan failure for SSL certificate

    We did a PCI scan for one of our clients and it says they failed due to the SSL certificate, for SMTP Port 25, not matching the domain scanned. Here's what it said: Description: SSL Certificate with Wrong Hostname Synoposis: The SSL certificate for this service is for a different host. Impact: The...

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