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I'm an Application Developer in Long Island, NY.


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comment WebRTC P2P SSL - Where are the keys generated?
Ok, so assuming it provides trustworthy code, the server that unites the peers has no way of eavesdropping on the peers' communication? Also, I guess because the certificates are self-signed, the peers have no way of assuring each other of their identities, right?
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Mar
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Mar
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comment Possible to Derive Private Key from Public Key Given Enough Computing Power?
Thanks for the detailed answer.
Mar
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comment Possible to Derive Private Key from Public Key Given Enough Computing Power?
I think it would be answerable... It is similar to "How long would it take to brute force a SHA-1 password hash assuming the password was eight characters long?". Except substitute hash for RSA private key, eight characters for 4096 bits.
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Dec
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accepted How secure is the web-based file browser that comes with my NAS?
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Oct
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comment Is there a hash algorithm that can identify similar files or strings?
See also: stackoverflow.com/questions/12952729/…
Oct
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comment Is there a hash algorithm that can identify similar files or strings?
Thanks Tom. Please see my update to my question and feel free to add your comments.
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comment Is there a hash algorithm that can identify similar files or strings?
Yes that's what I was looking for. It's a curiosity. I was wondering if what you pointed me to exists. And I was wondering: do virus scanners use this? If not, why not?