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Feb
16
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
13
comment How secure is a bluetooth keyboard against password sniffing?
According to the NSA, Bluetooth connections can be made up to a mile away, but even 5 feet is a problem if I'm at a coffee shop with my laptop and use a wireless keyboard to type in my passwords (which I do because the built-in keyboards have shitty ergonomics).
Jan
13
comment How secure is a bluetooth keyboard against password sniffing?
It also says, "Bluetooth v2.1 – finalized in 2007 with consumer devices first appearing in 2009 – makes significant changes to Bluetooth's security", and the "History of security concerns" section doesn't have anything after 2.1 was published. Are the problems you mentioned still active, or did 2.1 fix them?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Oct
28
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
10
accepted Disabling Apache Directives That Don't Have an “Off” Value
Dec
10
awarded  Critic
Dec
10
comment Disabling Apache Directives That Don't Have an “Off” Value
SSLVerifyClient/SSLCACertificateFile was just a specific example of a general problem.
Dec
10
comment Disabling Apache Directives That Don't Have an “Off” Value
I don't think you understood the question. I want to disable the options programatically at run-time, based on the Location. See the example in the question.
Dec
7
asked Disabling Apache Directives That Don't Have an “Off” Value
Oct
23
answered Trying to start mysql
Oct
9
awarded  Autobiographer
Oct
9
awarded  Commentator
Oct
9
comment 1Gbit/s dedicated connection in Seattle is enough for Asia and America?
That link has expired. submarinecablemap.com might be a suitable replacement.
Sep
19
comment How do I share a Git repository with multiple users on a machine?
chmod -R g+swX gitrepo will apply the setguid bit to files, which is a security risk. Instead, you can use find . -type d -exec chmod g+s {} + to apply it only to directories.
Jun
29
comment Upgrade Plesk server to PHP 5.3.x
That'd work for a regular CentOS installation, but Virtuozzo/Plesk introduces some complexities.
Jun
28
comment Moving OpenVZ /vz partition to separate drive
Thanks Steve, I'll plan on doing that.
Jun
28
accepted Moving OpenVZ /vz partition to separate drive
Jun
28
asked Moving OpenVZ /vz partition to separate drive
Jun
27
comment .bashrc doesn't get sourced after su'ing to root
That worked, thanks :)