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Currently a student studying IT security.


Oct
10
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Sniffing From Squid SSL
Oct
10
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Could SQRL really be as secure as they say?
Oct
9
awarded  Enlightened
Oct
9
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
9
awarded  Announcer
Oct
9
reviewed Leave Open Does rooting an Android Phone make it Vulnerable?
Oct
9
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Does rooting an Android Phone make it Vulnerable?
Oct
9
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Is the system bios and network card protected by the OS firewall?
Oct
9
reviewed No Action Needed Totally secure public key distrubition
Oct
9
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Attack on Tor with stolen private keys of main nodes
Oct
9
answered Authorization in offline application
Oct
8
answered Why do outgoing rules have priority over incoming rules?
Oct
8
reviewed Leave Open Website data security using HTTPS / ELGAMAL
Oct
8
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Can I use an AP “Bridge” with password to imporve security over an open, unencrtyped WiFi signal?
Oct
8
reviewed Reject suggested edit on tor tag wiki
Oct
8
reviewed Leave Open Can I read/write canary values from %gs register?
Oct
8
reviewed Close Can someone remotely get into my computer and make it look like I typed something in a search?
Oct
8
reviewed Reject suggested edit on What is the most secure way to set up web server user permissions?
Oct
8
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Can I read/write canary values from %gs register?
Oct
7
comment Is Password Complexity required at all
@RichardPetheram Hashing your passwords is precisely to protect against an attacker somehow managing to compromise your database. If you assume a magical fantasy world where your server is zero-day free and your code is flawless, you don't need to hash your passwords to protect it.