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accepted Is BASIC-Auth secure if done over HTTPS?
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asked Is BASIC-Auth secure if done over HTTPS?
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comment Is a “security measure” that doesn't provide a security benefit actually harmful?
Extra added logic that does not add to security, increases the amount of code to maintain and the amount of code security and feature related issue can hide. so yes, extra "features" is directly harmfull for security.
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comment Ways to secure yourself from Firesheep kiddies and other sniffing
Exactly, just as I said, the point of Firesheep is to point the developer is trying to make is that logins should be secured thrugh HTTPs.
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answered Is a “security measure” that doesn't provide a security benefit actually harmful?