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If you think technology can solve your security problems, then either you don't understand the problems or you don't understand the technology.


Apr
16
revised VB.NET stored procedure implementation?
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Apr
16
revised VB.NET stored procedure implementation?
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Apr
16
asked VB.NET stored procedure implementation?
Apr
4
comment No single quotes is allowed, Is this SQL Injection point still exploitable?
@manishearth the link doesn't work..
Feb
26
awarded  Yearling
Feb
16
comment Why is password strength often underestimated and uncertain in the context of password hashing?
"The password storage best practice you mention is not universally agreed on, although it is heavily promoted by users on this site"..very true.
Jan
29
comment Does a TLS interception proxy present the user's browser with the end server's certificate?
@JohnDeters yup, that was the point I was trying to make. I feel that this answer gives a wrong perception about the crypto and can be improved..
Jan
29
reviewed Reviewed Does a TLS interception proxy present the user's browser with the end server's certificate?
Jan
29
comment Does a TLS interception proxy present the user's browser with the end server's certificate?
" changed out the key being sent to the client and didn't change out the certificate"..How is that even possible? The certificate is the carrier for the public key of the server.
Jan
29
reviewed No Action Needed Does a TLS interception proxy present the user's browser with the end server's certificate?
Jan
24
accepted Cryptography behind chip based credit cards (smart cards)?
Jan
24
comment Cryptography behind chip based credit cards (smart cards)?
Thanks for the explanation,+1.
Jan
24
revised Cryptography behind chip based credit cards (smart cards)?
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Jan
24
comment Cryptography behind chip based credit cards (smart cards)?
@Alexander I am aware of applications of PKI in general. My question is specific to the cryptographic protocol used in card transactions.
Jan
24
asked Cryptography behind chip based credit cards (smart cards)?
Jan
9
comment Why isn't there a Global Root for SSL?
I think to avoid having a single point of failure.
Jan
7
reviewed No Action Needed Someone faxed me a bunch of black paper
Dec
2
comment City Government Emailing User Name and Password
@davidwebster48 Hmm... you are right.When the OP said that he can not change his password without them emailing it again I thought its the forgot password feature that sends the original password when requested and hence I came to a wrong conclusion. Apologies.
Nov
30
answered City Government Emailing User Name and Password
Nov
29
comment how to find out if a program sends data to internet (without permission)?
netbalancer is a decent tool to find out which applications are sending data to internet seriousbit.com/netbalancer