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I'm a profesional software developer using Java (and a little bit of Scala).


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comment Are windows users passwords easier to crack than linux?
This question was already asked here and also has already an answer.
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answered Trying to understand why signatures in root certs “are not used”?
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comment One time passwords using Mobile phones
Wlcome to Information Security. Please note that your question will get answers that are primarily based on opinions.
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revised Key Exchange using RSA
Extended answer after updating question
Sep
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answered Key Exchange using RSA
Sep
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reviewed No Action Needed Samsung SSD 840 Evo Disk-Encryption
Feb
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answered Convert RSA SSH public key file into x509 certificate
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reviewed Reviewed IT Security Internship
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comment IT Security Internship
Welcome to Security. Please note that you question is out of scope of this site as the answers will be based primarily on opinions. Also we don't give carrer advises here.
Aug
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answered What to do when GSM/Wifi is jammed and ethernet cables are cut?
Aug
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answered Top 10 dangerous mistakes in C programming?
Aug
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reviewed Reviewed Security checklist for hosting a website on dedicated server - Linux
Aug
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comment backdoors in hardware (ie. intel/amd cpu) possible?
@humanityANDpeace the problem with you question is that we cannot talk about concrete things but can only guess. This is not a good thing for the SE network. We will not be able to give one definitive answer...
Aug
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answered Import Public Private key pair to a Keystore
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answered What is the best practice: separate ssh-key per host and user VS one ssh-key for all hosts?
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answered Public keys on OpenSSL vs PGP?
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comment Can AES-256 encrypted data be changed?
Even with your edit it is impossible to answer your question. You never know when you cannot read the source of the application used.
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comment Can AES-256 encrypted data be changed?
With your information nobody is able to answer your question. The main question that is open for me: Do you have put a passphrase or key to openssl to decrypt you file? Where does this key come from?