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Student; manufactured 2 decades ago; interested in computer security and software engineering.


Nov
3
reviewed Reject Is blocking a country's access to a website a good measure to avoid hackers from that country?
Nov
3
answered How to prove to friend I have solution to puzzle (without revealing it)?
Nov
2
reviewed Approve Creating user specific authentication methods in SSH
Nov
1
reviewed Approve Securing connection between redirect from A to B domain
Oct
31
reviewed Approve Email obfuscation/munging recent research
Oct
29
reviewed Approve Client Hello message suggests cipher suite which is not in the list specified by setEnabledCipherSuites() method
Oct
29
reviewed Approve What is the difference between Internal and External scan in PCI
Oct
29
reviewed Approve Tools to check the firewall Configurations as per PCI standards
Oct
29
reviewed Approve CloudFlare - prompted for “attention required”
Oct
28
reviewed Approve ecryptfs - relationship between passphrase and sig-cache.txt
Oct
26
reviewed Reject Does this simple function add something to prepared statements?
Oct
26
reviewed Approve Is there a solution for runing processes in encrypted mode on runtime?
Oct
26
reviewed Approve How do I use “openssl s_client” to test for (absence of) SSLv3 support?
Oct
21
comment One liner to create passwords in linux?
Base64 has 64 possible characters while there are in fact 95 printable characters. Would not recommend.
Oct
21
comment One liner to create passwords in linux?
I would not use this answer because any hash-sum (md5sum, sha256sum, ...) outputs hexadecimals. They contain only 4 bits of randomness per byte while being just as hard to remember as any same-cased alphanumeric string. There are lots of packages and other ways to do this properly, even if you only use tools that are available on almost every Unix-like OS.
Oct
21
answered One liner to create passwords in linux?
Oct
20
comment is there a risk in increasing esmtp header line length against rfc5822 - asa/pix question
Well, if I was sure about an answer I would post it :). But if you test with longer headers to make sure it doesn't crash anything, it is probably okay, at least until you find out more.
Oct
20
comment is there a risk in increasing esmtp header line length against rfc5822 - asa/pix question
How about increasing the limit instead of removing it? I could imagine that a multi-gigabyte header might crash things, so setting a reasonable limit (at least for the moment) might be a good idea.
Oct
20
reviewed Approve XSS - Bypass this RegExp
Oct
18
reviewed Approve Confusion over a firewall and proxy