• What is Port 443? Why do SSL VPNs make use of it?

    I am setting up a Web SSL VPN for remote access across my WAN. Can someone explain why SSL VPNs use Port 443? Can I use any other port?

    SearchEnterpriseWAN1,765 pointsBadges:
  • Victim of Cell Phone Hacking Knowledge After the fact.

    My cell phone, and possibly a 3rd party gps was added to my car by a neighbor. I am not certain of their motive other than to be certain of my location and distance as well as to gain information exchanged between conversations had in my home person to person as well as conversations had via the...

    sikaddaiisonmmeh5 pointsBadges:
  • Login to Instagram(bypassing “ip secrurity”)

    My problem is that i cant login to instagram accounts, because you can only login to them if you were logged in with the same ip once and i cant access the mail.

    Lolo555 pointsBadges:
  • how credit card information is skimmed through rfid

    I keep seeing these links that say credit cards with wireless signals can easily be stolen from up to 3 feet away. is this true? if so how is it possible for hackers to see all the information? the news I see says that they steal our information with card readers. from what I know not all the...

    joe1005 pointsBadges:
  • Can you answer these questions about cyber security?

    I think some low-life is paying some other low-life some money to target my computer so I want to keep it secure. Can you tell me if the following is correct? The basic concept of hacking a computer over the Internet involves scanning the target's computer for open ports, then searching for...

    X29WW510 pointsBadges:
  • malware

    is there a malware on mobile devices specifically on android that can leak all of your photos in a site?

    jenzel5 pointsBadges:
  • PC protection

    I have Kapersky & Windows Defender on my PC, Kapersky is due for renewal;DO I NEED IT?

    4Johnat5005 pointsBadges:
  • I\’m looking for mobile nfc Bluetooth hotspot jamming 4 my OP 6T

    I've had to have my OnePlus 6T McLaren reflashed with all new y firmware by factory repair facility after being hacked to the point I could reset not do a factory reset nor use the 911 system ( I've had some very close calls because I'm currently very ill) and I would like to either jam or disable...

    Skindonor5 pointsBadges:
  • Can someone use my data sim’s phone number to hack into my computer?

    If I am using a 4g usb modem with a data sim, is it of any use to a potential hacker to know the number of my data sim? Can it help him in any way if he wants to access my computer?

    X29WW510 pointsBadges:
  • Computer powers on for a moment, then shuts off :(

    Hello,I've been having a problem with a desktop computer.What's strange is that this computer has a history of issues, but after reseating and tinkering with a couple things, I've always managed to get it to work again.Not this time.What'll happen is, upon hitting the power on button, the lights on...

    Galapagew5 pointsBadges:
  • Need help with Cisco ASA 5505

    I have Cisco ASA 5505 that was working fine until I updated the firmware to 9.2.4 and ASDM to 7.8.2. I still have console access but I lost using ASDM. When I try to access it with ASDM, I get "certificate validation failure" from the launcher. Does anyone know how to fix this? I'm stumped at this...

    awshirley5 pointsBadges:
  • Benefits of VLANs?

    What are virtual lans or vlans? What are they used for and will they allow me to increase my networks overall speed and throughput ratio?

    ITKE1,153,200 pointsBadges:
  • USB drive virus on Windows XP SP2

    When you earlier used to insert my pen drive in the USB port, a virus called autorun.inf used to pop up and none of the folders used to be visible only their shortcuts were visible and they didn't work. Now the different files appear with different random icons though they stay in the same format....

    Panks5 pointsBadges:
  • Firewalls active/active stretched across different sites

    Can a pair of clustered checkpoint firewalls running active/active function correctly when spanned across two different sites with either a layer 2 or 3 fibre link between. Does the same apply when using a pair of ASA 5540s. 

    Coop2765 pointsBadges:
  • Decrypt UFD2 hash

    Hello, I have recently forgotten my Facebook password and my account settings in Facebook for password reset is to send a link to my yahoo account. That account has been unfortunately deactivated so I tried to get my hash password instead. Could someone help me decrypt it please? I have read that...

    pkchurox715 pointsBadges:
  • CAT4 approval

    In CAT4 after approved the timesheet where can manager able to see his subordinates only whether he approved or rejected???Is there any tcode for that???help me for this.....Thanks

    umatulluri15 pointsBadges:
  • Someone hacked into my Chromebook

    So I was just searching my bookmarks on my Chromebook and the I saw 5 bookmarks of pages I have never been to! How can I track the person down by myself?

    MelissaL5 pointsBadges:
  • Equipment needed to start as an ISP

    What is the equipment needed to start as an ISP, both outer and internal?

    kabba175 pointsBadges:
  • Professional Liability Insurance

    As a company, do I need to provide Professional Liability Insurance to my employees even if they are self contractor?

    Vbendana5 pointsBadges:
  • Static IP hacking over wan

    Good day. I'm new to hacking and metasploit caught my attention. I researched and found that I need a static ip for my payload to work over WAN. I successfully changed my IP but i cant connect to the internet. Can someone help me? thank you

    VirtualDreamer25 pointsBadges:

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