As with many systems (primarily websites) there are automatic components that run on a server and are not user based (such as crons) that don't have the opportunity for a real person to input a secret ...
Consider a scenario with two security levels, Alice and Bob. Bob is Alice's boss. Bob must be able to read Alice's documents but not write anything to her documents. I am using encryption keys to ...
I'm a programmer working on an application where the only choice/vs/deadline was to implement symmetric encryption on url parameter values. The data is insensitive in nature, but we needed to prevent ...
I'm not sure if this is the right SE to ask this question, but it seems more I have a database of files that needs to be encrypted such that multiple people with different passwords/logins to this ...
Let's say I want to move my 1U Dell server to co-location site with a hostile company who will try to steal my code (this is almost 90% probability if I dont take steps)... The limitation for their ...