A branch of computer technology known as information security as applied to computers and networks.

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OpenERP - Access denied to create/read Partners

I have just installed OpenERP 7.0 and I got an warning when trying to add a customer in the Sales module: "Access denied for Partner, operation: create". How can I get rid of this warning? By ...
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Is there a way to view Gmail login history beyond the default few hours? [duplicate]

I'm trying to track down some suspicious activity that happened two days ago, but Gmail's "view recent activity" doesn't go back that far. Is there some other place to look at it?
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How do I change Security settings on a group made secret by a hacker?

Our group was recently hacked and the hacker made the group a secret group. When we try to change it we cannot as there is no other option to pick, what should we do...how can we make it an open or ...
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Does Google's “Suspicious sign in prevented ” mean that my password is compromised?

I received Google's "Suspicious sign in prevented" email, and verified that it is legitimate, and this is definitely not my login attempt. I immediately changed my Google password, however, the email ...
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Yahoo is asking me for security questions and I do not remember the answers to them.

I had an Yahoo account which I haven't accessed for months, and now when I try to log in again Yahoo asks me to answer two security questions, which I don't remember. Let's face it, everyone enters ...
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Grooveshark accepting credit card not over https?

I am wondering how grooveshark gets around it. They accept credit cards over a connection that is not encrypted via https. Is there something they do to make this safe, or should I not submit my ...
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How do I access a list of IP addresses that have been used to access my Twitter account?

My girlfriend discovered that her Twitter password had been changed. We have changed the password, but is there a way to list the IP addresses that have been used to access the account?
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Is there a centralised security notifications list for web based apps? [closed]

This may be in the wrong stackexchange but I was wondering if there was a centralised mailing list or website that sent out security advisories for different web apps?
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I search application which help me to secure my different accounts, please help [closed]

Several days ago somebody steal my account (from mail.ru), after that they are steal my premium EA account and several accounts for different MMORPG. fortunately I restore access to all accounts, but ...
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Trello backend database security

I'm trying to find out a bit more about the data security of Trello as I'm trying to introduce the use Trello at the company I work for. The company is ISO 27001 accredited and is therefore hesitant ...
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What happens to my deleted Trello cards?

I am trying to push Trello for adoption within my organisation, but there is concern from higher up about the deletion of data. Are cards logically deleted (ie setting deleted=true) or are they ...
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How to disable SMS in Google's 2-step verification?

Everytime I log in on a new device or browser I get the SMS text message with the 2nd step digits. It's pretty annoying. I already have the Google Authenticator to calculate my digits and it works ...
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With Gmail's 2-step verification, what's the purpose of the “recovery email address”?

If I have a change in phone number, and the two-step stops working, is the recovery email address going to be all it takes to get back full access, or is that only going to be useful for a forgotten ...
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Web based SFTP Client

Has anyone heard of an online FTP client that supports SFTP? My Web host only allows me to use SFTP, and I often work on computers on which I can't install a desktop SFTP client, or that disallow ...
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How do I untrust a computer with Google two-factor authentication?

I use Google's two factor authentication to send my phone text messages with a string of 6 numbers every time I log into a computer that isn't mine. It has worked well so far until today. Today, I ...
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Two factor gmail authentication: How to login from *either* device?

How can I use 2 factor gmail authentication in this situation? I have a gmail account, a laptop and a phone. I use 2 factor authentication so that when i try to access gmail on the laptop, i verify ...
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I've received a “Getting back onto Facebook” email - does it mean someone were trying to access my account?

I've received a "Getting back onto Facebook" email. I usually receive that email from Facebook when I enter a wrong password, but I'm sure this time it wasn't me! What should I do now to keep my ...
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How safe Is “My Permissions”?

How safe is the My Permissions site? It looks like a good way to keep track of what inter-web-app permissions you've granted, at least for the big names. However, I'm at the stage where I'm ...
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Is there two-factor authentication for hosted wordpress.com blogs?

There is a plugin that supports two-factor authentication via Google's Authenticator for self-hosted Wordpress blogs. Is there a similar feature I can turn on for hosted wordpress.com blogs? Every ...
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Why should I use Cloudfare? [closed]

A friend recommended me to use Cloudfare.com to manage my DNS easily but looking at the service, I don't understand what they are doing which they refer to as making my site fast and secure. I get ...
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Gmail warns of “ unusual activity” but no other IP addresses but my own have been logged by them

This morning I tried to log in to my Gmail account only to discover it was locked due to "unusual activity detected". It gave me the option to verify my account via phone, which I did, and I got ...
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Can I use one-time passwords with Gmail?

I am about to leave for a trip. During this trip, I would have to connect to my Gmail account, and I'm totally unhappy to type my password using public, unsecured machines, potentially having ...
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I received a notification from Gmail that someone tired to sign in to my account. Is it legitimate? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Does Gmail sends “suspicious sign-in prevented ” emails or is it a trick? I've just received the following notification, apparently from GMail: Unusual ...
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Is this email from Google Wallet spam, fraud, or legitimate?

I have just received an email from Google wherein they are asking for my physical address so that I can continue to use my Google Wallet account. This is strange since I have never used Google Wallet. ...
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Which popular/high-profile web applications support two-factor authentication? [closed]

I'm aware that both Google and Facebook offer two-factor authentication, by sending an SMS to your phone under certain circumstances. What other popular or high-profile web applications support ...
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Are Facebook accounts always re-attainable?

If someone hacks my Facebook account, is it that no matter what he does, can I always get back my account? What is the maximum that he can and must do to ensure that I do not get my account back? ...
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Is this Yahoo mail mobile form secure?

Using my android device I went to "mail.yahoo.com" on my web browser. It forwarded me to this page: http://mlogin.yahoo.com/w/login/user ... The page prompts me to enter my username and password, but ...
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How to remove Gmail's prevention of the “suspicious sign-in”?

I got mail from Gmail saying someone from a certain IP tried to log-in and it was prevented and that I should reset my password by following the given link if I don't recognise the address. ...We ...
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Understanding Authorized Access to your Google Account

I'm having trouble understanding what I'm am granting to sites when they have "Authorized Access to my Google Account." This is how I see what has authorized access: Log into gmail. Click on the ...
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How can I change my IMDb account settings to use openID for login

I have an imbd.com account that I login to using an id and a password, I noticed recently that they support logging in using Facebook, Amazon and Google. I very much prefer using my Google account to ...
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Is there a way of disabling Google's password recovery feature?

I have a YouTube channel and it's running under a different Google account to my normal one. I have a secure password with it and alternate e-mail address set up but I thought I'd see how secure the ...
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If I create an organization, can I limit what boards the members can see?

I would like to create an organization for our company, with boards for each department. I need some department boards, such as HR, available only to certain people in the organization. Can I give ...
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Google authentication and authorization among their apps [closed]

Google has a bunch of apps like Google+, Gmail, Docs, Reader, etc. Internally, these apps must talk to each other securely to query information/data. I am wondering conceptually how Google implements ...
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Gmail account accessed from reserved IP address

Gmail tells me that it was recently accessed by IP address 242.162.62.141, and that it blocked the suspicious access, and I should change my password immediately. But 242.162.62.141 is a reserved IP ...
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How to disable Facebook account verification when I login from different country

As Facebook is blocked by Iranian government, we have to access it through VPNs and other proxy software (e.g. Tor) which their servers are scattered over the world. The problem is Facebook is ...
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Has Facebook disabled Login Approvals?

I have recently discovered that login approvals on Facebook is no longer available: Compare this with @gravity's screenshot from this answer: Is there anything special that I'll have to ask my ...
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How to contact Facebook and get IP of last unsuccessful login attempts

My account was recently unsuccessfully accessed, because I received the email about unsuccessful logins attempts and with the link to "go back to Facebook via clicking link". I am concerned who was ...
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Is this a spam email? It says it confirms a Paypal payment, what should I do?

FW:You just sent a payment to Colin Peterson De: PayPalAgregar a contactos Enviado: Tue, 1 May, 2012 a la(s) 3:09 pm Para:XXX PayPal You just sent a payment Transaction ID: ...
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Is it possible to protect Facebook page from takeover by other administrator?

If many people have admin access to Facebook page one of them can delete page, or remove other administrator. Is it possible to protect from that situation in some way (ie. master admin or password)? ...
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Mail to redut.net in Gmail sent mail folder

I have noticed multiple outgoing mail messages to an address at redut.net in my Gmail "Sent Mail" folder, all sent at around the same time. The contents are base64-encoded and upon decoding it I see ...
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How to always browse Facebook using HTTPS [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Does Facebook provide an SSL interface? I've googled and searched on our site here, but the best I can find is the question How to get Facebook to use “http://” instead ...
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How to remove recovery/default email addresss

Someone has been trying to access my Yahoo Mail account through password recovery. I changed the password, so this is no longer a problem, but as I was going through "I forgot my password" recovery ...
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Facebook Login Notification Approval?

Apparently my Facebook login notification emails me if someone has logged-in to my account, without any approval link/code in the email they send me. Is that really the way it's suppose to work? ...
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Facebook: Remote log out all sessions

How can I see the list of Facebook sessions and remotely log out from all sessions of Facebook?
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How can I verify my PayPal account without giving them direct access to my bank account?

Most sites where you can buy products with PayPal require your account to be verified. It appears that the only way to verify your account is by associating it with your bank account. I prefer not to ...
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Allow friends to comment in a photo I'm tagged in

My wife often takes photos of our child and uploads them to Facebook. She tags me so my friends can see the photo as well. However, my friends cannot like or comment on these photos. When I do the ...
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Do Google Search URLs contain sensitive (private) details?

I noticed that if I'm logged into Google Account (my Gmail and everything) and do a search in the address bar, the URL of the resultant page is really long. Now, I was wondering: is there any ...
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Security verification by phone getting error [closed]

This is not for my account, it is for my sister's, since she can't get on hers to ask these questions. She needs to verify her account by text or by calling and she does not have text messages, so by ...
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Retrieving past application specific passwords

I'm curious if there is a way to view past application specific passwords under Google's two factor authentication. Otherwise I figure they were for one time use and you can just keep cranking out ...
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In Gmail, is the “always display images from” option safe?

I know that it is possible for a spammer to generate an email that claims to be from a certain sender, regardless of whether it actually is. They could use that to send me mail purporting to be from ...