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Software Engineering student. Also interested in computer networking and security. For contact info, see lucb1e.com/!about


Nov
22
comment How does SSL/TLS work?
@SalvadorDali The link still works for me. If it doesn't for you, I've reuploaded it here: g2f.nl/0r48isg Feel free to edit if this link works better.
Nov
19
comment Identifying device based on the MAC address
@ManuelFaux You're right! Edited post accordingly.
Nov
19
revised Identifying device based on the MAC address
added 179 characters in body
Nov
19
awarded  Talkative
Nov
19
answered Identifying device based on the MAC address
Nov
19
comment How to block user from using GoToMyPC or Teamviewer
I personally am a fan of getting users to understand the consequences, rather than plainly blocking it. Blocking limits people, policies and clear consequences should prevent people from doing it if you can trust them. They work with or for you, you should be able to trust them enough. Also you should be able to convince them why they shouldn't, or else you might want to question if it's a good idea to block it.
Nov
18
comment Create a page to experiment with SQL injection
Downvoter: What's wrong with this question? Asking how to setup a testing environment for yourself to learn from seems like a totally legit question to me.
Nov
18
revised What Type Of Encoding Is This?
Fixed formatting
Nov
18
revised How are root CAs for SSL distributed?
Forgot to answer the second part of his question.
Nov
18
answered How are root CAs for SSL distributed?
Nov
16
awarded  Great Answer
Nov
15
revised Using PDF instead of doc(x) or html: safer?
added 480 characters in body
Nov
15
accepted Using PDF instead of doc(x) or html: safer?
Nov
14
comment Using PDF instead of doc(x) or html: safer?
@CodesInChaos You're saying you don't need software to view PDF files?
Nov
14
asked Using PDF instead of doc(x) or html: safer?
Nov
12
comment How can Facebook 2FA mechanism be hacked?
-1: This question needs way more detail.
Nov
11
comment Can someone figure out the encryption method?
@Mike Another suggestion, sort of like my suggestion #3: Can't you write some script that calls the decrypt function for all database entries? Make it click the right buttons with AutoIt or something?
Nov
11
comment Can someone figure out the encryption method?
Only have to find a key if applicable. We don't even know if it's an encryption algorithm, or merely a form of encoding. Gotta figure out what converted the data it in the first place.
Nov
10
comment Can someone figure out the encryption method?
@ewanm89 true. +1.
Nov
10
comment Can someone figure out the encryption method?
@Mike You could also try contacting him.