Questions tagged [security]

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Looking for Routers with long-term updates

The concern of my question is about router security via updates. I used to have various Modem/Routers (eg. Belkin, TpLink, etc.) over the years to connect to my ISPs. All followed the same pattern: ...
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Fit a camera in peephole without modifying peephole

I have a front door peephole that apt won't let me modify in anyway. Can't add a video doorbell outside because can't modify outside. Need a camera that can detect motion and view the peephole from ...
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How to build two GPU servers in one?

Is the NVIDIA catalog incorrect?: NVLink is a connector that is more widely available than the catalog suggests. Either way, NVlink only connects 2 PCIe4 cards and I am looking to build a server with ...
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16 channel security camera system

I need a system that can work offline and does not need subscription and that I can see the live feed in Chrome. I also want the cameras to be somewhat vandalproof so they aren't easily damaged by ...
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What kind of smartphone should I be buying if my one and only use is going to be "BankID"?

In Sweden, there's a bunch of very confusing "e-id" things, but it basically boils down to this: you need something called "Mobile BankID". In theory, there are other solutions, ...
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What is the latest version of ThinkPad laptops that doesn't have Intel Management Engine or similar remote controller built-in?

I work in cybersecurity and would like to find an older laptop that doesn't have the Intel Management Engine built-in, while still able to run a Debian OS well. I have an IBM ThinkPad t42 with 42T0273 ...
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Wireless security system for multiple appartments in the EU using the same wi-fi network

Looking for a security system for a holiday rental business in the EU able to have approx 20 window/door sensors (other security devices such as a siren can also be in the package, but I don t ...
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USB Security / Mounting / Authentication

I have few questions regarding Pen-drive security. 1. Is there any way to, prevent a pen-drive, to stop detecting on random system. I want to detect my pen-drive on a particular system. Please, ...
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Looking for U2F-Token for TOTP

I am looking for a hardware token to use 2 Factor Authentication which supports TOTP for multiple Services. I want to secure my most important accounts (like E-Mail and everything with payments) with ...
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Smart door lock with logging of mechanical key opening

I'm searching smart door lock for my small business. I checked Xiaomi Aqara Smart Door Lock, Igloohome, Samsung lockers but all af them CAN NOT log door openings by mechanical key. Does anyone know ...
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Looking for a nonUEFI motherboard [duplicate]

I'm looking for a motherboard that does not have UEFI. So far I been been unable to find any. It is for a system that will be running a bare bones Debian or Gentoo system. Its speed and compatibility ...
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Dual-interface JavaCard on wafer with ECDSA (and I2C)

I'm looking for a JavaCard model that supports dual-interface (ISO 7816+14443), with ECDSA acceleration and optionally I2C interface. Available in wafer for custom NFC antenna and flip-chipping. Do ...
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U2F Key with NFC and USB-C

Are there any commercially available U2F keys that support both USB-C and NFC? So far I've looked at Yubico which seems to have a USB-C model that doesn't have NFC support or a USB-A model that does ...
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Cheap and flexible switch with MACSec / NIC with MACSec support

I am looking for MACSec hardware for an academic project (layer 2 encryption). The main requirements are simplicity and a flexible key exchange configuration (however, it is not yet specified how the ...
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Does a System with Absolutely no Soldered Antennas Exist?

I need a system with absolutely no wireless capabilities for my small business that will solely operate through a wired LAN. Since I have no need for WiFi or Bluetooth, I’d prefer not having to deal ...
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Cheap privacy oriented cell phones

What are cheap (<200 USD) and privacy oriented cell phones ? I am looking for the phones just for calling and sms messaging. I consider phones with and without operating system, or I can buy one ...
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Laptop with out backdoors and vulnerabilities?

I would like to buy a new laptop now. Privacy and security is my priority. I would like to know if there is already proven backdoors and vulnerabilities of top brands and manufacturers of laptops, ...
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Mobile device without a wireless interface to store sensitive informations

I am looking for a small mobile device to display a list of sensitive information. The storage of the device must be encryptable and the user must first enter a PIN to decrypt the storage at boot ...
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Yubikey alternative with fingerprint reader

does anyone know a yubikey-like hardware token, but with a fingerprint reader instead of just a capacitive button like the one on a yubikey?
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Discrete mobile internet browsing

I'm looking for a way to connect to the internet through 4G/LTE and have the ability to secure my own traffic, browse primarily text-based sites (read: I don't need serious media streaming capability),...
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Secure EuroDOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem

Does there exists a EuroDOCSIS 3.0 cable modem, where the internal flash memory has write protection, so that the the configuration can't be changed during runtime if write protection is enabled?
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Secure switch for network monitorring

I'm looking for a switch with port mirroring function and write protection function for his flash memory, so that no malicious code can be stored at the chipset or other connected machines can change ...
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Smart cards for encrypting/decrypting using AES or TripleDES or RSA?

I need some hardware device (not as big as a Thales or Atalla HSM), something like a smart card (with USB preferably) to encrypt and decrypt small texts (around 64 bytes). I didn't find much in a ...
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Small, inexpensive offline device with camera for storing secure information

I'm looking for a small device (smartphone, netbook etc) to store passwords and other sensitive information. The device never goes online and has to be password-or PIN-protected. The device will be ...
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Yubi Key recommendations for my needs?

Essentially, I'm looking to purchase a Yubi Key as I would like to limit the number of times I have to enter my password at home and at work. I also want to set up some applications which two factor ...
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Mini-PCIe card to read RAM of a device

In a security assessment, the following statements were given: Threat: Spoof a device and modify RAM to add program code and change data. Skill: Simple training of a unskilled person Since an ...
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Laptop for key ceremony?

I was recently recommended a set of smart cards that don't feature key backup methods. However they do have a way to import plaintext keys, meaning a key ceremony is the way to go for key redundancy. ...
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Non-WiFi network router that can handle IP spoofing attacks

I run a small business that handles credit card point of sales transactions over my business internet account. Per some updated regulations with the credit processing company, they now have a ...
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Small security enclosures

I work in a co-working space and keep a small NAS, a micro-PC, a router and a few other small components running on my desk. While it's a safe space I'd like to add a bit more anti-theft security. ...
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Secure IoT device

With the current IoT trend, there are plenty of scenarios that make use of a low-profile, low-power, connected computing device, the best known being the Raspberry Pi. What about security? Suppose I ...
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What is a good Smartcard for home use?

I'm always looking for ways to improve my security in the internet. As I'm also a programmer and somewhat active on InfoSec and Crypto I decided that a smart card is the way to go. I'm thereby ...
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