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Feb
12
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
11
answered Can you say that since one time pad encryption is unbreakable, it is the best if used properly?
Jan
8
reviewed Close Ruby OpenSSL vs Linux openssl
Jan
8
reviewed Close How do I avoid drawing the ire of the Department of Homeland Security when prepping to run my RPG?
Jan
8
reviewed Close Writing keylogger and viruses in python
Jan
6
answered How to secure Epson Beamer?
Jan
4
comment Two-factor authentication Without Mobile Phone
@tepples that is why account name and login should not be the same if you can avoid it.
Dec
30
reviewed Close sqlmap - Dump multiple columns at once?
Dec
30
reviewed Close DNS poisoned cache does not have any effect
Dec
30
answered Does it make sense to isolate each web service user on his own servers?
Dec
22
reviewed Reject Is there any disadvantage in using OpenNIC for DNS resolution?
Dec
19
answered How are computers identified across networks?
Dec
19
revised How are computers identified across networks?
edited tags; edited title
Dec
19
answered Is tor really fully decentralized?
Dec
19
answered How to ensure that a login is really going over http?
Dec
19
answered How secure is an Activation Email?
Dec
17
awarded  tls
Dec
16
revised Basics - IP spoofing
added 26 characters in body
Dec
16
answered Possible for Lync (Skype for Business) to adopt Activesync-style policies?
Dec
16
comment Is it possible to upgrade the SSL version of a connection from the server's side only?
Disabling SSL3.0 on the server should force it to use a non-default option (or the connection will just fail). It is probably your best bet for forcing it though.