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BREACH (a backronym: Browser Reconnaissance and Exfiltration via Adaptive Compression of Hypertext) is a security exploit against HTTPS when using HTTP compression. BREACH is built based on the CRIME security exploit. BREACH was announced at the August 2013 Black Hat conference by security researchers Angelo Prado, Neal Harris and Yoel Gluck. The idea had been discussed in community before the announcement.

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    NSW Is it an AVO breach?

    Is it an AVO breach? I have a no contact AVO from an ex. I am the defendant. This all occured as I found out he was cheating and proceeded to contact his fiance. Anyway, I consented without admission and there was no charge or anything. The AVO expires in 2 months. I was visiting family...
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    VIC Complaints to VCAT against Real Estate Agent for Breach of Contract, Misleading Information, and Compensation Demand

    Dear Brain Trust, I need some help, I have recently bought an off-the-plan property and it has 3 key issues that I want to escalate to VCAT and sue the real estate agent. My dilemma is - It is worth the effort to go VCAT path or hire a Legal expert to fight it in court Below is the extract of...
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    QLD Breach of a dvo before the hearing

    Hey, I was served with a dvo on the 1/11/23. The hearing is on the 11/11/23. I have breached the order by contact of email and the subject matter was asking of my ex partner to return my belongings by placing it all in a remote truck and I pay for on arrival at my residence. As she ignored my...
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    VIC Does a breach of contract constitute a fraud or forgery case that can be prosecuted as a criminal act under the law?

    There are investment agreements that have passed the due date of the contract undersigned by the real estate agent. Additionally, the real estate agent has acknowledged the delay and provided repeated assurances through email and text messages. Despite these assurances, they have not returned my...
  5. ksivasub

    VIC Seeking advice for breach of contracts in investment

    Hello All, I invested my savings of $195,000 AUD with a real estate agent for their land banking investment schemes. This real estate agent also serves as the property manager for my investment property. She executed two property investment agreements, both bearing her signature with a total...
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    VIC Breach of shared parebtal responibility

    Hi All. A child of mine was born after separation. The mother lied about the name she gave the child (an extra middle name). I am wondering what outcome (penlty) may be levied on the mother for this breach. This is in chronological order - 3 kids. 2 boys and a girl. The two eldest (boys) had...
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    WA Health Insurance Fund breach of contract

    Are private health funds allowed to change it's policy suspension rule and enforce it retroactively despite having previously signed written contract stating terms and conditions? Is this not considered breach of contract?
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    WA Breach of privacy by Government dept

    Hello. Over a year ago I discovered someone I used to know accessed my phone details via personal records. This person (I will call Linda). I had known Linda some years as a friend through Church but had no contact for @ 6 years. I did not wish to have any contact with Linda.I wanted no contact...
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    Does director breach the statutory duties?

    Some advice needs on the following scenario (recently having a fight with friends): - A, B & C form a company (vintage clothes shop) - According to the constitution of the company, A, B & C are directors of the company all time. - Each director holds 30 shares and A, B & C are the only...
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    NSW Stop Work Order

    NCAT Stop Work Order. I am an Applicant in NCAT proceedings where the Respondent has been issued with Stop Work Orders, and is now in breach, by continuing with the work. NCAT was notified, but is letting it go until the next hearing, which, ironically, is timetabled by the Member a few days...