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Mar
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comment Key authentication with ssl
I just don't want to enter password. This is all information i could give you. KK?
Mar
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awarded  Cleanup
Mar
6
awarded  Scholar
Mar
6
accepted Key authentication with ssl
Mar
6
revised Key authentication with ssl
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Mar
6
revised Key authentication with ssl
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Mar
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awarded  Supporter
Mar
6
comment Key authentication with ssl
Learn reading then. Or explain what exactly is poor.
Mar
5
comment Key authentication with ssl
Is it possible to make them self signed?
Mar
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asked Key authentication with ssl
Mar
1
answered Does a CA need to have the same type of key as the certificates it is signing? RSA / Elliptic Curve (EC/ECDH/ECDSA)
Mar
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revised What elliptic curves are supported by browsers?
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Mar
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comment What elliptic curves are supported by browsers?
RSA is not an option for slow devices like soho routers and smaller. For this case it also doesn't matter that there is no ECC CA. And your answer is a little bit offtopic here.
Mar
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revised What elliptic curves are supported by browsers?
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Mar
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comment What elliptic curves are supported by browsers?
It should only matter on IE, which uses OS built-in crypto, the rest should use built-in. The reason for this list is which curves may be used for certificate generation. So if someone can extend these data - please do it!
Mar
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comment What elliptic curves are supported by browsers?
IE8 doesn't support ECC at all. Should we make a list of browsers which support ECC?
Mar
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asked What elliptic curves are supported by browsers?
Feb
28
comment How to predict C rand()?
Is this somehow relevant? security.stackexchange.com/questions/4268/…
Feb
27
comment How to predict C rand()?
How probably are collisions? How many values do i need to hold the probability low enough? \n Have you tested it by yourself?
Feb
27
comment How to predict C rand()?
Do rand() on unix read /dev/random? Or is it still an once initialized PRNG?