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Currently a student studying IT security.


Oct
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awarded  Taxonomist
Oct
15
reviewed Reject suggested edit on What are the odds of an RSA private key collision?
Oct
15
awarded  Announcer
Oct
13
comment One-Time-Passwords resist against bruteforce attacks? Immune Alternative?
Your second point is false. There are algorithms that are information theoretic secure which means they remain secure even in the face of attackers with unlimited computing power.
Oct
13
revised One-Time-Passwords resist against bruteforce attacks? Immune Alternative?
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Oct
13
answered One-Time-Passwords resist against bruteforce attacks? Immune Alternative?
Oct
11
comment Is it a good idea to use the user's username as a salt when hashing a password like hash(username_str + password_str)?
@AbeMiessler security.stackexchange.com/a/31846/10211 Scroll to the section on Salt Generation.
Oct
7
answered Does KASLR really provide more security against exploits?
Oct
5
awarded  Enlightened
Oct
5
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
2
reviewed Reject suggested edit on
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
22
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
19
awarded  Enlightened
Sep
19
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
18
comment Python implementation of AES and SHA256/512 that are FIPS-140-2 validated?
@nima I have no idea on that. I'm lucky enough to never have to concern myself about FIPS.
Sep
17
comment Python implementation of AES and SHA256/512 that are FIPS-140-2 validated?
@nima cryptography.io/en/latest/installation/…
Sep
16
comment Python implementation of AES and SHA256/512 that are FIPS-140-2 validated?
@nima Yes, there shouldn't be any problems with that. If there is, open up an issue on GitHub. (Source: I'm one of the developers.)
Sep
9
reviewed Leave Open rancid like tool for config files
Sep
9
reviewed Leave Open Good Security tool for PHP- Suhosin vs Spike vs PHPIDS