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Security consultant, specializing in application security.


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answered Can 'cracked' product keys harm the user in any way?
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comment TLSV1 and TLSV1.2 coexist issue in wireshark
See security.stackexchange.com/questions/44275/…
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revised Is it necessary to purchase an OID for ADCS?
add certificate-authority tag
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comment Is it necessary to purchase an OID for ADCS?
@raz I got no idea how you could infer that OID in this context is Oracle Internet Database when it's obvious for anyone with actual CA experience that it it an Object IDentifier we are speaking about...
Feb
18
reviewed Approve How does a website know if a certain creditcard number is wrong instantly
Jan
7
reviewed Approve Samsung SSD 840 Evo Disk-Encryption
Jan
7
reviewed Approve How can one restrict Windows shared folders access to specific applications?
Jan
3
awarded  Necromancer
Dec
14
comment Is biometric passport safer than old-fashioned passport
The black market for fingerprint database, if it exists, is really well hidden. It is very unclear what profit and purpose there would be for such a market. Many people don't see it that way yet, but fingerprints are essentially public information and as such, mostly worthless.
Dec
14
answered Is biometric passport safer than old-fashioned passport
Dec
14
reviewed Edit How to call webservice securely in Android
Dec
14
revised How to call webservice securely in Android
Grammatical and language corrections
Dec
9
reviewed Edit I am worried because my college asks students to confirm their credit card number, location, SSN and full name on signup. What do I do?
Dec
9
revised I am worried because my college asks students to confirm their credit card number, location, SSN and full name on signup. What do I do?
Made headline into a question.
Dec
6
reviewed Approve Is this PHP TOTP (time based one time password) idea sound?
Nov
25
comment With HTTPS, what information would a MitM attacker be able to glean?
URLs are encrypted. The reminder of your attacks are classical traffic analysis.
Nov
25
comment Basic question about why it's useful to have VPN encrypt traffic
Anyone with access to the cable, or in the vincinity of the transmission path in case of microwave towers, can also read the packets...
Nov
25
comment Basic question about why it's useful to have VPN encrypt traffic
Too tongue in cheek for what is a ridiculously bad question. Someone is trusting the network in the post Snowden era. It might actually be a troll.
Nov
25
answered Basic question about why it's useful to have VPN encrypt traffic
Nov
22
reviewed Approve How effective are password checking websites?