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Nov
17
comment Is it possible that authorities can't block a certain website
It wouldn't even be possible to tell who watched it if the stream is encrypted. Multicast streaming doesn't work over the open internet and I don't think TOR has support for it either, so you would need to establish a unique connection for each viewer and the encryption would make it impossible to checksum to identify content. You could possibly length match, but some basic padding on the stream would destroy that.
Nov
14
reviewed Close Can I ever hope to be secure using a cell phone or any mobile device?
Nov
14
reviewed Close Finding Plaintext Password Repositories
Nov
14
reviewed Leave Open Hardware-based full disk encryption without pre-boot authentication
Nov
13
reviewed Close Proper way to allow access to systems within different offices?
Nov
13
reviewed Close RSS Feed Security warnings
Nov
12
reviewed Close Browser page “Not resolved” page hijacked by yandex
Nov
11
reviewed Leave Open How bad is it to truncate a hash?
Nov
11
reviewed Close Where do I start securing my system?
Nov
11
reviewed Leave Open How are 1x1 pixel images used in a malicious context?
Nov
11
reviewed Leave Open How to know table name, and column names for login panel
Nov
11
reviewed Approve How long do keys stay on keyservers?
Nov
11
comment Security implications for email address and url changes?
Right, what kind of client are you viewing it in though?
Nov
10
reviewed Leave Open Using different algorithms to slow down GPU password cracking
Nov
10
reviewed Close Dump SSL traffic from a Java applet
Nov
10
reviewed Close How to log all resources my site needs from other sites?
Nov
10
reviewed Close HTTP attack taking down PHP-FPM
Nov
10
reviewed Leave Open Looking for [intentionally made] vulnerable applications suitable for practicing different penetration techniques (NOT a web apps, user side ones)
Nov
7
comment Hashing a hard drive before shutdown
@Jonathan - yes, the OPs entire premise was to store the hash to a USB stick. Basically he wants to be able to have something small that he can keep with him to be able to verify that another drive hasn't been tampered with. Encryption is really irrelevant since he wants to assume that the key is compromised.
Nov
7
reviewed Close Send fake response(?packets) to a program