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Is there a secret-sharing public-key-encryption-based service? [closed]

I need to share some sensitive information with someone else who can only communicate via E-mail. I don't love the idea of sharing this information freely over email in plain text, so I was ...
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Checking SSL\TLS servers for null encryption support

I have a web server supporting SSL 3 and TLS protocols , the following are the supported cipher suites. TLS_RSA_WITH_RC4_128_MD5 TLS_RSA_WITH_RC4_128_SHA TLS_RSA_WITH_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA How can i ...
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RSS Feeds: restrict access

"We are a bunch of journalists and we share much of the information via e-mails. This has become tedious now. Hence we found out a way to share, by just having to share our private blog posts via ...
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How does a developer interact with Microsoft Certificate *Web Services*

Microsoft Certificate Web Services is a HTTPS web service (WS-Trust) that has no Kerberos dependency and can be used on a variety of devices. This is new in Windows 2008 and is separate from the ...
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Why would someone want to encrypt RSS feeds?

I heard the idea of encrypting the RSS feeds using public key encryption system from someone and since then I am intrigued by the idea. But then I started to wonder what would be the basic need for ...