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awarded  Curious
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awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
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awarded  Yearling
Nov
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comment Why do we even use passwords / passphrases next to biometrics?
You can't reproduce fingerprint. You can't even use stolen credentials to gain access (in the same fashion you would with passwords) link
Nov
17
comment Would this idea for a password be secure?
"...if an attacker knows one password they can likely figure out the others." How? How can attacker even know you used some kind of algorithm to forge a password?
Nov
16
comment Why do we even use passwords / passphrases next to biometrics?
Because, there isn't a single (or very few) piece(s) of information about thumbprint stored in DB (or where ever you store data). Forging thumbprint is not really an option (unlike password). Think of it as black and white picture (with none or next to none grey-scale colors) - where was the blue color in the original image? Was there any? Yet, we can assume, each this b&w picture stored in DB is unique.
Nov
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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Notable Question
Sep
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answered Biometric non revocable major flaw
Aug
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accepted Is initializing variable to NULL or 0 or -1 a bad practice from security standpoint?
Aug
6
comment Does adding a non-entropic part to a password makes it less secure?
How is suffix added - by user or by application?
Aug
6
comment Is initializing variable to NULL or 0 or -1 a bad practice from security standpoint?
@ThomasPornin - It seems my Q wasn't clear enough. The answer which I'm looking for is actually your second paragraph.
Aug
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revised Is initializing variable to NULL or 0 or -1 a bad practice from security standpoint?
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revised Is initializing variable to NULL or 0 or -1 a bad practice from security standpoint?
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asked Is initializing variable to NULL or 0 or -1 a bad practice from security standpoint?
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awarded  Popular Question
Feb
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awarded  Yearling
Jan
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comment Methods for remembering passwords around the web
This + option number 1 = win
Dec
23
accepted How does one test AV against zero-day malware?
Dec
21
comment If someone asks to borrow your phone to make a call, what could they do?
@DanNeely - because providing the very same answer as already posted shouldn't be encouraged. While Mike's answer is not likely to happen and it's more of a joke, it's still has a point.