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comment How can I create a password that says “SALT ME!” when hashed?
Except he bruteforced 6 6-bit chars, 2^36, which is far less than even "SALTME" in 8-bit which would be 2^48
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answered How can I create a password that says “SALT ME!” when hashed?
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comment Is Salt, IV and Key necessary when encrypting password in a database using AES? If so, how should they be used?
Yeah, they're more tested. My point was that AES is using an hammer to cut a wire: won't work and you will get hurt
Mar
13
answered Is Salt, IV and Key necessary when encrypting password in a database using AES? If so, how should they be used?
Mar
13
answered Is it possible to recover securely deleted data from H.D.D using the forensics?
Mar
13
answered Avoiding Replay Attacks on Lightweight Channel
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comment Avoiding Replay Attacks on Lightweight Channel
Also, looks fine. Only question is: how are you going to track all the counters?
Mar
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comment Avoiding Replay Attacks on Lightweight Channel
How many devices?
Feb
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comment a pair of 'self-signing' hashing functions
And how would your equation do that?
Feb
25
comment a pair of 'self-signing' hashing functions
What are you trying to achieve?
Feb
10
comment Forensic research: What OS to use
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answered Forensic research: What OS to use
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comment How to secure data in a stolen raid disk?
If the thief doesn't have the password you're safe. But why disclosing it in the first place?
Jan
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comment Internet and Email privacy in an “internet-enemy” country
+1 for stay below the radar: you can usually be safe if not a target. Otherwise you're pretty much screwed
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comment Best way to store passwords for a LAN tool?
You could put the password in a data file owned by an user to which the binary is suid-ed