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Feb
6
comment How does WPA2-PSK prevent evil twin password phishing?
As far as I can tell this doesn't adress the "man in the middle" concern.
Dec
15
suggested rejected edit on Key stretching a hash
Dec
15
suggested rejected edit on Getting automatically logged in to others session via Wi-Fi
Nov
14
comment Self created CA root for client certificates
-1 of course you can create your own CA.
Nov
14
comment Self created CA root for client certificates
@oblomov86 no, you obtain client certificates the same way you obtain a server certificate.
Sep
13
comment DoS in local network computer
you can try it at home or in a dedicated lab. never without permission elsewhere, especially not at work/school!
Jul
24
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Jul
24
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Jul
20
awarded  Caucus
Jul
15
revised Clarification about IV in PBKDF2 to generate encryption key
primarily spelling errors, additionally some clarification.
Jul
15
suggested approved edit on Clarification about IV in PBKDF2 to generate encryption key
Feb
25
awarded  Civic Duty
Jan
29
comment How can spoofing a certain MAC address enable sending probe requests that I was never connected to?
According to log from what system did your computer send probe requests? Might be another one spoofing the same MAC-Adress.
Jan
18
answered Is password + second factor more secure than public key auth now? (SSH)
Jan
18
comment Encryption and unique id
Looks rather like an invitation to discussion than like a well answerable question.
Dec
30
awarded  Yearling
Dec
29
revised What kind of vulnerability it may have for known ssh-hostkey?
added 257 characters in body
Dec
29
revised What kind of vulnerability it may have for known ssh-hostkey?
added 257 characters in body
Dec
29
answered What kind of vulnerability it may have for known ssh-hostkey?
Dec
7
revised Linux /etc/shadow password change security
formatting, removed the chatty part