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


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?
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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.
Nov
10
comment Can someone figure out the encryption method?
@ewanm89 Actually, 0364/ also encrypts to the same, assuming it's not a typo.
Nov
10
answered Can someone figure out the encryption method?
Nov
10
revised Can someone figure out the encryption method?
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Nov
7
comment Is my email client violating my privacy?
Try those methods on yourself? Unless somebody has tried these things on your specific mail client, whichever that is, you you'll have to try these things yourself.
Nov
5
comment Who is responsible for the strength of user's passwords?
Hm that's actually a good point. I think if you elaborate this in your answer others will upvote too.
Nov
2
comment How to block or detect user setting up their own personal wifi AP in our LAN?
Can you give an example implementation? I find this scenario rather hard to imagine.
Nov
2
comment Use HTTP POST for Google Search queries
@ponsfonze I meant, how does it work? Because as I mentioned, you can do this with client software or some proxy service, but it's not possible if the computer and website are both not modified. And any good network administrator shouldn't want to know what you are doing on HTTPS websites. It's called privacy intrusion and a lack of trust, and I don't want anyone so paranoid managing my network.
Nov
2
comment How to block or detect user setting up their own personal wifi AP in our LAN?
+1 for not only prohibiting it in policy but also making users aware of the possible legal consequences.
Nov
2
comment Who is responsible for the strength of user's passwords?
I'm not paying to login at Stack Exchange. But yeah, there is a difference between "someone's password got hacked" (which might be the user's fault) and "mass hacking accounts" (which might be the developer's fault). Others have already pointed that out though.