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Jul
8
comment Is ASP.NET debug mode a security risk?
Because you do not know what is going to fail you can not be sure what possible information will be shown to the user/attacker. As simple site with few namespaces may reveal nothing but a large code base with multiple namespaces show up apis to third parties and susceptible versions, not to mention internal code names for projects.
Jul
7
comment how can I know if this specific thread is still running on the server?
You may want to consider running your code as a service then the standard service management tools will show you its state. Also look at scheduled tasks, these have history and will note if the process failed.
Jun
20
comment recreating Default Web Site renders other sites inaccessible
cool, IIS is off the hook, now you can have fun tracking down your dns issue.
Jun
20
comment recreating Default Web Site renders other sites inaccessible
try manually setting them up in the hosts file to show IIS does work correctly.
Jun
20
comment recreating Default Web Site renders other sites inaccessible
if you can not ping the hosts then it is not IIS at fault.
May
20
comment IIS returns a blank page
have you tried port 80? personally I always setup a hosts file entry and the configure IIS to to bind to that address. Does the Event log show anything? or the IIS log?
May
14
comment IIS Log Request Body / POST Data
Those settings will not include POST data
May
12
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May
12
comment Is there any way by which I can capture the wifi probe requests without using monitor mode?
First thing that springs to mind is SDR Software Defined Radio. Depending on what you want to do this may be huge overhead, but decode the wifi signals as radio hackaday.com/?s=sdr
May
9
comment Is that MAC-48 address valid: “01:23:4:56:78:9A”
I have never seen it any other way, why do you ask, is a piece of software complaining ? If it is your own code can you not allow both forms?
Apr
11
revised Is the danger of the heartbleed bug worse than using non-ssl connections?
Added reference to PFS
Apr
11
comment Is the danger of the heartbleed bug worse than using non-ssl connections?
good point but I can find little evidence that the magority of server are using it even now blogs.computerworld.com/encryption/22366/… I will update my answer as I have never heard of PFS before.
Apr
11
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Apr
11
comment Is the danger of the heartbleed bug worse than using non-ssl connections?
sorry, that was exactly the opposite of what I was trying to say and of course is the whole point of the flap about heartbleed.
Apr
11
revised Is the danger of the heartbleed bug worse than using non-ssl connections?
wrong formatting and wrong statement, fixed
Apr
11
answered Is the danger of the heartbleed bug worse than using non-ssl connections?
Apr
2
comment access mysql remotely from raspberry pi?
Then that does sound like the port is blocked on the laptop. Investigate IPTables and MySQL should be plenty of examples
Apr
2
comment access mysql remotely from raspberry pi?
Can you connect to MYSQL from any other machines on the network? sounds like the laptop is blocking the MySQL port (default 3306).
Mar
28
answered IIS 8.5: Disable access log for static content
Mar
27
comment Linux server updating requirements
If you have not completely wiped the machine then it could have a rootkit that is hiding aspects of the infection to ALL tools of ANY type(excluding hardware). Linux has some of the best rootkits around.