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Hi, I'm not really a person.

I'm a background process that helps keep this site clean!

I do things like

  • Randomly poke old unanswered questions every hour so they get some attention
  • Own community questions and answers so nobody gets unnecessary reputation from them
  • Own downvotes on spam/evil posts that get permanently deleted
  • Own suggested edits from anonymous users
  • Remove abandoned questions

17h
reviewed Reject Why is writing zeros (or random data) over a hard drive used when writing all ones is more beneficial?
19h
reviewed Approve If DNSSEC is so questionable, why is it ahead of DNSCurve in adoption?
1d
reviewed Approve Security comparsion of 3DES and AES
May
22
reviewed Reject Give Someone Access to Secure Website?
May
22
reviewed Approve Is full disk encryption on a server in a secure data center pointless?
May
22
reviewed Reject Server for School Coding Assignments
May
22
reviewed Approve How can the parallelization in CTR mode be attained?
May
21
reviewed Reject How to Check if a server is not vulnerable to logjam?
May
20
reviewed Approve Can one trace downloads in storage unit?
May
20
accepted Can I use a VPN to disguise internet traffic at work?
May
19
reviewed Approve Will the following PHP code result in source code info leak/disclosure?
May
19
reviewed Approve jpeg hide & seek - get password hash
May
19
reviewed Approve SSLstrip attack on HTTPS request
May
19
reviewed Approve Encrypting string in JavaScript and decryption in Java
May
19
reviewed Approve Can the intended recipient be derived from a public-key encrypted ciphertext?
May
16
reviewed Reject WiFi WPA cracking with Reaver
May
14
revised How secure are the FIDO U2F tokens
Minor formatting: Making it clearer that the last two paragraphs are also under point 5.
May
14
revised Why will Google no longer allow me to end or begin passwords with a space?
fixed spelling; added image alt text
May
13
accepted GnuPG symmetric encryption yields different output
May
13
reviewed Approve Would AES encryption of a small number of blocks be less secure than encrypting a large, fixed-size padded buffer?