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What kind of encoding/hash it is [closed]

I have email which is stored in Cookie : %2FGl%F8%7E%06%F1S%FEF%10%E0T%B3%95%82BK%D9%D3%94%BC%AE%E1 which is sth like this after convert it with this tool : ...
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Which approach to encrypting data on a per-user basis is more secure?

As a bit of a thought experiment, I've been thinking through how one might design a web application where a user's data (say, from a form on a webpage) is stored, encrypted, on the server, using a ...
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Use Authentication using 2 encrypted strings

So, basically I am trying to log a user in with a cookie and do not query DB to improve performance. Here is a brief idea: Transmit everything via SSL Set a Global secret key A and secret key B ...
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Security concerns about my webapp

I read though OWASP very carefully, but I am not sure about some parts of my website. I am using jbcrypt on my website. It stores the salt in the hash itself something like this hash+salt. I read ...
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What issues might exist with TLS-OBC's emulation of Browser Certificates?

TLS-OBC is an RFC proposal that increases SSL/TLS security by using certificates on both ends of the TLS connection. What's special here is that the client is permitted to dynamically create a local, ...
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SSL Breach - Does the latest BEAST vulnerability mean SSL Issuers now have to worry about integrity? [closed]

Although many SSL certificates have been boasting extravagant guarantees -- typically around $10k minimum to $250k per breach -- to ensure their certificates are valid, to this date, I've heard that ...
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How can I check that my cookies are only sent over encrypted https and not http?

I read a blog post GitHub moves to SSL, but remains Firesheepable that claimed that cookies can be sent unencrypted over http even if the site is only using https. They write that a cookie should be ...