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accepted How are root CAs for SSL distributed?
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comment How are root CAs for SSL distributed?
It is, indeed, funny... turtles all the way down!
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asked How are root CAs for SSL distributed?
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comment In PGP, why not just encrypt message with recipient's public key? Why the meta-encryption?
@tdammers could it conceivably work in a mailinglist-sort of way?
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accepted Without SSL, what vantage point does one need to MITM non-SSL'd HTTP?
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comment Without SSL, what vantage point does one need to MITM non-SSL'd HTTP?
Sorry, I guess I was looking for a little bit more detail. I asked a more thorough version on crypto.SE.C, but I'm now thinking that it may have been an actually less appropriate site for the Q. crypto.stackexchange.com/questions/3796/… If you have priveleges perhaps you'd like to migrate it over.
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comment Without SSL, what vantage point does one need to MITM non-SSL'd HTTP?
So you have to be an authorized link in the chain of the networking infrastructure used for the targeted connection, then? You know about ex-parrot.com/pete/upside-down-ternet.html ?
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accepted Should WPA2-AES be presumed insecure? (What is the “Hole196” vulnerability?)
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asked Without SSL, what vantage point does one need to MITM non-SSL'd HTTP?
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comment In PGP, why not just encrypt message with recipient's public key? Why the meta-encryption?
I'd just like to double check -- a different K must be used for each message, correct? Thinking it through on my own, I'm almost so sure of this that I don't even want to waste your time with the question, but I would just like to make sure I understand what's going on correctly.
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accepted In PGP, why not just encrypt message with recipient's public key? Why the meta-encryption?