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Re: Eliminate iframes 2013-06-26
Andre Silaghi (andre silaghi googlemail com)
Thank you Terrence,

indeed it is cheap but costs will grow because you have to maintain
the regex pattern list. I think of something which is driven by
communities or companies although I find it quite dangerous to trust
the community or company. But I guess there is no other cheap way
around this.

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Re: Eliminate iframes 2013-06-24
Andre Silaghi (andre silaghi googlemail com)
Hi there,

Thank you very much for your answers here. Well no I do not have any
websites including iframes but I want to prevent further infections of
my users which will visit infected websites perhaps. And yes I need
something more centralized like just one point of configuration and
every user be

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Eliminate iframes 2013-06-21
Andre Silaghi (andre silaghi googlemail com) (1 replies)
hi community,

I am curious about your way of getting rid of iframes within large -
enterprise - networks. The problem is that a couple of websites are
trying to infect you using drive-by downloads mostly via iframes
within hijacked websites. The firewalls will not do it since it
operates only in os

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Re: Eliminate iframes 2013-06-21
Adolfo Abegg (adolfo abegg vendoservices com)
secure and simple file server 2013-03-27
Peter Odigie (peterquid gmail com) (2 replies)
Hi All!

I will like to get your suggestions.

I have been asked to set up a file server on a windows OS not using
any active directory stuff. Just a simple file sharing stuff in which:

Person A will be the only one to put a file into Folder A but will
also be able to get files from Folder B & C. A

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Re: secure and simple file server 2013-03-29
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Re: secure and simple file server 2013-03-29
Ansgar Wiechers (bugtraq planetcobalt net)
Question about passwd file (Linux) 2013-02-08
Arpita Gavshinde (AGavshinde securview com) (5 replies)
security-basics (at) securityfocus (dot) comH [email concealed]i all,

I have a question about passwd file in Linux where when 'x' for a particular user is deleted from /etc/passwd file, system doesnot ask for password to log into the system. But when pasword is set again for that user again, then instead of showing 'x' in /etc

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Re: Question about passwd file (Linux) 2013-02-08
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RE: Question about passwd file (Linux) 2013-02-08
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Re: Question about passwd file (Linux) 2013-02-08
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Re: Question about passwd file (Linux) 2013-02-08
Matthew Caron (Matt Caron redlion net)
Re: Question about passwd file (Linux) 2013-02-08
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