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Jan
24
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
1
comment Why is secp521r1 no longer supported in Chrome, others?
Switching from 256 to 384 bit ECC doesn't cost much, so why not use it? It's still faster than non-EC cryptography used today.
Jan
1
comment Why is secp521r1 no longer supported in Chrome, others?
+1 for SSLLabs.
Jan
1
revised What elliptic curves are supported by browsers?
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Dec
31
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
31
revised What elliptic curves are supported by browsers?
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Nov
22
comment What elliptic curves are supported by browsers?
@StoneTrue no, but still thanks for the link.
Nov
20
comment What elliptic curves are supported by browsers?
did you meant P-521?
Sep
17
awarded  Yearling
Aug
17
accepted Certification authority only for certain domains
Aug
6
comment Are there technical differences which make Linux less vulnerable to virus than Windows?
My opinion is people who can operate linux can safely operate windows.
Jul
3
comment Why is Elliptic Curve Cryptography not used much outside of government?
These patents are US only, right?
May
26
awarded  Popular Question
May
10
comment Why do people say that PHP is inherently insecure?
This is a valid reason - but it is not the only one.
May
10
revised Why do people say that PHP is inherently insecure?
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May
10
comment Why do people say that PHP is inherently insecure?
@SteveDL "If you compare a number with a string or the comparison involves numerical strings, then each string is converted to a number and the comparison performed numerically." - so if you think you compare two strings with == as strings - you are not.
May
10
awarded  Necromancer
May
9
revised Why do people say that PHP is inherently insecure?
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Apr
24
asked Is there an exploit for python hash collision?
Feb
27
comment Timsort python exploit
@schroeder but they may be too.