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revised Remove RC4 from SSL/TLS ciphers in Chromium
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answered Remove RC4 from SSL/TLS ciphers in Chromium
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comment Remove RC4 from SSL/TLS ciphers in Chromium
@AlexLauerman Oh, I see now - I shouldn't read so fast the next time :/ Thanks for the clarification
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comment Remove RC4 from SSL/TLS ciphers in Chromium
This answer works great! I'm especially happy about the link "source list of cipher names..." because the descriptions from www.ietf.org weren't that clear to me and therefore I do not understand where the options with c come from, i.e. I would have added 0x0011 instead of 0xc011. But 0x0011 does not work.
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comment Remove RC4 from SSL/TLS ciphers in Chromium
@AlexLauerman Your option string does not work for me. I think that I understand what you did and also think that this should be correct, but for me to disable the RC4 cipher on google.com I need to use chromium-browser --cipher-suite-blacklist=0x0004,0x0005,0xc011 instead. Notice the c in 0xc011. Your option string does not disable RC4 on google.com for me. I found the working solution @ superuser.com/questions/616996/…, but do not yet understand the last entry and wait for a reply to my comment.
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comment What is your way to create good passwords that can actually be remembered?
I like to use a 1Password's random passphrase generator which does allow to only use pronounceable phrases such as wha-no-pirt-biqu-wu. I think this is a good mixture between random chars and being able to memorize the password easily.
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comment Do VPNs provide sufficient protection over public wireless networks?
What about ARP Spoofing? Are MITM attacks still possible, or are they still too difficult due to the encryption layer?
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comment Do VPNs provide sufficient protection over public wireless networks?
What about ARP Spoofing? Are MITM attacks still possible, or are they still too difficult due to the encryption layer?