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


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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Why does Firefox split HTTPS request?
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on XSS with input in onclick attribute
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awarded  Curious
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why do ATMs accept any PIN?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on opportunistic-encryption tag wiki
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on opportunistic-encryption tag wiki excerpt
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How widely deployed is TLS with cipher ECDHE?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on safe way to communicate IBAN connection
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on format-string tag wiki
Jun
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comment Is there any reason someone wouldn't use a longer key?
That text sounds pretty good to include in your answer ;) Afraid I can't give you a second upvote though :(
Jun
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comment Expiring AES Key
Well if you can modify the file, you can also delete it or change the key it's encrypted with. That would work of course. Other than that... well I guess I'll let others answer, but I'm not aware of any such technique.
Jun
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comment Is there any reason someone wouldn't use a longer key?
+1 for being the only one to mention elliptic curves. What I've always wondered though: is ECC also faster than RSA when using a key with roughly the same strength (e.g. 2048-bits RSA and 224-bits ECC)?
Jun
13
comment Is there any reason someone wouldn't use a longer key?
What about ECC? The question is about public-key cryptography, not necessarily only RSA. I know ECC has shorter keys for the same amount of entropy, but I've always wondered if en/decryption is also faster.
Jun
13
comment Expiring AES Key
Quite a big text, I read through it pretty quickly... I think what you want is impossible. If the encryption 57d478bae748f2 with key 6a47ce decrypts to "attack at dusk" today, it will still do so tomorrow.
Jun
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Can webpages using the Google plus button get my name?
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awarded  Nice Answer
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Do actual penetration testers actually use tools like metasploit?