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I'm an old open-source independent hacker,

concerned about concepts of ethical hacking, teaching and sharing.

I like to play with shell, perl, lisp (sometime), sed and lot of other languages/environments.

Co-system administrator in several configurations, after various SMEs, I like to sometimes take time to focus on methods that I can improve or re-create (for example to change the level of abstraction).

In this, surfing on differents StackExchange's sites is a good way to boost my inspiration!


Dec
3
comment Principle of asymmetric algorithm in plain english
I'm not ok with this: For closing a lock, there is no need of a key! While using a public key is using a key! Your analogy is more adapted to operation like umount and forgot masterkey of a encrypted filesystem.
Dec
2
comment Does changing the keyfile of a LUKS volume after opening it increase key security?
Wow, sorry not sure (now) about how the masterkey is protected. This may have to become another question! But for the use of the key, you are right. The key isn't used to decrypt datas and is securely driven to not stay in ram after use.
Dec
2
comment Does changing the keyfile of a LUKS volume after opening it increase key security?
There is two opposed question between title and would it be possible to recover the volume masterkey... (My no answer to second question, not to title... Anyway... ;-)
Dec
2
answered Does changing the keyfile of a LUKS volume after opening it increase key security?
Nov
30
revised Digital Certificate “Signature and Fingerprint”
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Nov
30
revised Digital Certificate “Signature and Fingerprint”
added 1030 characters in body
Nov
30
answered Digital Certificate “Signature and Fingerprint”
Nov
18
answered Would this idea for a password be secure?
Nov
5
awarded  Yearling
Nov
3
revised Does including the username in a password make it less secure?
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Nov
3
answered Does including the username in a password make it less secure?
Nov
3
answered What defines a programming language as useful for hacking?
Oct
5
answered Attack on Tor with stolen private keys of main nodes
Sep
29
comment How difficult to crack keepass master password?
@Iszi If you're really paranoid, you want never put all your eggs in one basket!
Sep
3
comment elapsed time from the time of opening of a container
@meir: uptime ??
Sep
3
comment elapsed time from the time of opening of a container
@Gilles, As this seem to be a question about monitoring, and monitoring is more relevant on ServerFault (1523/156,224=>0.97%) than SO (1433/5,629,095=>0.03%). On other way, the question stand for container, mostly used to split/share server ressources.
Sep
2
comment elapsed time from the time of opening of a container
You could try to ask this at serverfault.com
Aug
6
revised Should we protect web application source code from being stolen by web hosts through obfuscation?
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Aug
6
answered Should we protect web application source code from being stolen by web hosts through obfuscation?
Aug
6
answered How can this web page access the USB?