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Apr
26
awarded  Yearling
Mar
10
reviewed Edit Should I allow browsers to remember my passwords and synchronize them?
Mar
10
revised Should I allow browsers to remember my passwords and synchronize them?
"Even without" makes no sense. Maybe the previous edit meant "Even with", but a reasonable browser would not be implemented in such a way.
Feb
15
revised What is the risk of copy and pasting Linux commands from a website? How can some commands be invisible?
removing swearword
Feb
14
reviewed Approve What is the best option for setting up a several sites supporting SSL on the same IP?
Feb
14
reviewed Approve What are the pros and cons of site wide SSL (https)?
Jan
21
reviewed Approve How dangerous is game guard?
Jan
19
reviewed Approve Is it possible to secretly monitor/backdoor hardware?
Jan
13
reviewed Approve Will the result of HTTPS and SSH encryption of the same data be identical for two separate requests?
Oct
28
comment why don't we measure the strength of crypto against the cost it would take to crack it?
It isn't that simple, as logjam is an attack on DH where some shared numbers were attacked with a complex precomputation. So the re-use of those numbers created a large group of people that could be pre-computed blog.cloudflare.com/… for more detail.
Oct
28
answered why don't we measure the strength of crypto against the cost it would take to crack it?
Oct
28
answered Why does initial encryption take so long?
Sep
28
comment Am I legally required to give passwords or keys for encypted data during an criminal investigation?
Physical security does usually trump computer security, examples: Rubber Hose Cryptanalysis en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rubber-hose_cryptanalysis and the Evil Maid Attack schneier.com/blog/archives/2009/10/evil_maid_attac.html
Sep
22
comment Security of faxes vs emails
So fax's are overall low concentration data (decentralised fax machines, situated close to similar paper records) individually less secure where email is highly concentrated data somewhat better protected, this is a very intriguing (and relevant) comparison.
Aug
2
reviewed Approve How to identify this hash?
Jul
21
awarded  Caucus
Jul
8
reviewed No Action Needed Why is it insecure to store the session ID in a cookie directly?
Jul
8
reviewed Approve Ali Express hijacking my Chrome
May
28
reviewed Approve How do Travel Sentry locks work? (supposedly openable only by security agencies)
Apr
26
awarded  Yearling