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Jun
13
asked DBus proxy Javascript binding issues
May
31
comment Do keyservers keep logs of who adds whom to their keyrings?
Normaly no, I could speak about what I know: GnuPG (GNU open-source pgp solution) use ~/.gnupg/options for configuration file and ~/.gnupg as private dir, so there is no username in configuration nor in command line (~ is an alias for $HOME, but resolved by shell, from /etc/passwd file).
May
31
comment Is connection to keyserver encrypted?
True but harmless, see my edit.
May
31
revised Is connection to keyserver encrypted?
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May
31
comment Do keyservers keep logs of who adds whom to their keyrings?
No. Your ssl library will only use one specific directory to store certificats. No other kind of browsing/sharing.
May
27
revised Computing entropy for a passphrase ( minimal word length … )
changeurl link to the tool
May
23
revised Free space shredding
cosmetic changes and correction of some sytaxe errores
May
22
comment Force clients to use proxy
Take a look there: serverfault.com/questions/369829/…
May
22
answered Free space shredding
May
22
comment Force clients to use proxy
It may be a question for serverfault.com !
May
22
answered Force clients to use proxy
May
22
comment How to know if two IP addresses point to the same web server?
In the other way, with virtualization like openVz you may have many differents hosts after only one mac address.
May
21
comment How to know if two IP addresses point to the same web server?
Not if server use two ethernet cards, for sample on backbones or with backup lines
May
21
revised How to know if two IP addresses point to the same web server?
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May
21
answered How to know if two IP addresses point to the same web server?
May
19
comment Computing entropy for a passphrase ( minimal word length … )
In fine, I've followed your recommendation to set default random generator to /dev/urandom, but I've added an option to let user ability to choose another way genpassphrase.pl -d wl_15bits.lst -r <(echo -ne '\001\002\003\004\005\006\007\010\011\012').
May
17
revised Computing entropy for a passphrase ( minimal word length … )
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Apr
7
comment Computing entropy for a passphrase ( minimal word length … )
While I could use this to generate sometime (no more than 10 per a day) one passphrase, with the need of only 10 bytes, is there a good reason to not use /dev/random and to prefer /dev/urandom ??
Apr
7
comment Computing entropy for a passphrase ( minimal word length … )
No, I'm pretty sure in my second sample, using 450bits to humanly choose 5 words would drop entropy down under 75bit in fine. This seem paradoxal, but... There must exist a mathematical demonstration.
Apr
7
asked Computing entropy for a passphrase ( minimal word length … )