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Security consultant, specializing in application security.


Sep
2
awarded  Guru
Aug
22
comment Location Obfusication and Email/remote login
No need for any special software, only need to have a VPN to their home network from that that white sand beach. The dude that offloaded his work to a Chinese company should have done that and would never have been caught.
Aug
19
comment What would cause a server to only send over 1 SSL certificate to a client?
Well, a server misconfiguration. Hard to know more without knowing the server type, but are the certificate in the right order in the file?
Aug
18
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Are KIS 2014, Malewarebytes Pro and SpyBot sufficient to prevent internet attacks?
Aug
14
comment Can we trust antivirus software?
Didn't it effectively destroy RSA business? It may be hard to extract from EMC annual report, but I'd be pretty surprised if it didn't hurt quite a bit.
Aug
12
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Configure Firefox against malicious 302 redirect from a embedded image resource?
Aug
12
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is it safe to store passwords on Google drive?
Aug
11
revised Typical mistakes when implementing digital signatures?
typo in title
Aug
11
awarded  Custodian
Aug
11
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Using AES as a Stream Cipher
Aug
8
awarded  Good Answer
Aug
8
suggested suggested edit on Did the “Malicious SHA-1” technique enable the NSA to insert a backdoor into SHA-1?
Aug
7
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
7
revised Is there ever a good reason _not_ to use TLS/SSL?
typo
Aug
7
answered Is there ever a good reason _not_ to use TLS/SSL?
Aug
7
comment Is there ever a good reason _not_ to use TLS/SSL?
That's only possibly true if you use IPsec everywhere and DNSSEC for everything, making sure every name resolver actually checks DNS response correctly. I never saw that. In practice, TLS over IPsec is a good idea.
Jul
25
revised Is there something similar to pseudorandom generators but in the opposite direction?
fix typo in the most important word
Jul
25
suggested suggested edit on Is there something similar to pseudorandom generators but in the opposite direction?
Jul
25
comment Is there something similar to pseudorandom generators but in the opposite direction?
Unless I miss something, you just described a cryptographic hash.
Jul
18
answered is there a way to indirectly uncharge rapidly a coin cell to defeat an anti tampering mechanism?