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The question you're asking is designed to solicit opinions or best-practices on a particular topic, with the goal of reaching community consensus.

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through. If you're making a post that actually furthers the discussion in some way, by all means do include an expression of your thanks in that post as long as you have enough characters left in your …
answered Jan 5 '11 by Iszi
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Just thought I'd throw this out there for consideration. DOS = Disk Operating System, and is an "acronym for several closely related operating systems that dominated the IBM PC compatible market betw …
asked Jan 18 '11 by Iszi
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I'm hoping this question was answered before the domain was made. But, for those of us who weren't around then, what drove the decision in the way that it went? Why aren't we itsecurity.stackexchang …
asked Jan 17 '11 by Iszi
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This issue was raised to some degree in another question, here. URL shorteners pose several risks to users, which we as IT Security professionals should all be keenly aware of and sensitive to. Prim …
asked Jan 19 '11 by Iszi
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Books are among the last types of products that should be considered for exemption from the general rule on product recommendations. Firstly, requests for books still suffer many of the same problems …
answered May 5 '16 by Iszi
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@schroeder's suggestion of Metasploit and Wi-Fi Pineapple gave me an idea: Wi-Spy spectrum analyzer and Chanalyzer license. $200-$1000, depending on Wi-Spy model and Chanalyzer version. http://www. …
answered Jun 30 '12 by Iszi
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How many times is Simon's mom talked about?
answered Aug 26 '15 by Iszi
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How many times does Simon say "pls"?
answered Aug 26 '15 by Iszi
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Not a stat, but a feature request: Implement "Shit SE Says", filtered to just the DMZ, somewhere in the application. Stack Apps Post: https://stackapps.com/questions/3826/shit-se-says-stack-exchange …
answered Aug 26 '15 by Iszi
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Rory As you've already mentioned, Rory has become a bit of a meme within the IT Security StackExchange community. Usage of this meme often takes the form of word substitution a-la "smurf". Usage …
answered Aug 6 '12 by Iszi
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Meme: S&M Originator: Unknown Cultural Height: Unknown - nearly as old as Sec.SE itself. Background: Prior to being renamed to "Primarily Opinion-Based" (and, before that, "Not Constructiv …
answered Aug 10 '12 by Iszi
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Meme: Law #x of Security. (Or Law #x of Security Administration) Originator: Scott Culp (Microsoft TechNet Contributor) Background: In November of 2000, Scott Culp published two articles on Micros …
answered Sep 4 '12 by Iszi
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discussion, and inspire the public to action, it was necessary to find an aspect of the government surveillance programs which the layman could intimately relate to. So, in the same survey, respondents were … this into relevance with the discussion of government surveillance, John Oliver traveled to Russia for an interview with Edward Snowden. During the interview, he shared his survey results with Snowden …
answered Mar 17 '16 by Iszi
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The question, as currently worded, is most definitely a legal issue. Even if it were not, it falls very close to being close-worthy as "too broad" or "primarily opinion-based" anyway. So, it's probabl …
answered Mar 3 '16 by Iszi
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I think this is a problem that we may encounter during the youth of the site, while most users have relatively low reputation scores and fairly limited permissions. Eventually though, that should be …
answered Jan 7 '11 by Iszi

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