Suppose we have website that use MD5 hash in URL like this: http://somewebsite.com/XXX/ where XXX is MD5 hash. Content of this website may have sensitive information like transaction details with ...
I'm reading a lot about implementing security constraints to a REST API. There are a lot of methods, some better than others for 3party applications or to consume my own API. HTTP Basic + TLS (with ...
It is my understanding that the authentication during a SIP registration is done through some kind of an MD5 hashing algorithm known as HTTP Digest, and doing a tcpdump of the actual traffic I've ...
As far as I understand the answer at http://security.stackexchange.com/a/3024/13447, client nonces are meant to prevent attackers from amortizing the costs of brute-force hash computations by being ...