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Online Video, Web Development, Adobe Flash platform, MediaWiki platform, social media, usability enthusiast, social good ... and many more.

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revised Surveillance: blocking laptop's microphone from spying on you?
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comment Surveillance: blocking laptop's microphone from spying on you?
"reversible block" is the word I was looking for!
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revised Strategies to store/remember very long password?
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comment Strategies to store/remember very long password?
guys I have mentioned Bible as an example, there is myriads of "static" text resources that wont change over time that can be used. If a go for a bible verse all I have to remember is a verse number and let's say an offset +- one letter or word or sentence from previous/next verse. Saying that I don't plan to use verse from Bible and I am not asking about security of using phrase from bible. I'm asking for a general advice on how to store long password.
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comment Strategies to store/remember very long password?
Your point with Bible makes no sense, the encrypted file won't be labeled "encrypted with verse from bible, guess which one"
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asked Strategies to store/remember very long password?
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accepted Future proof encryption possible in theory?
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comment Future proof encryption possible in theory?
@KeithS thanks for the much needed theory, I thought there will be a positive solution like this. Now, as dr jimbob suggests, this is not very practical and I am not sure if it should be considered a cryptography at all. It's equally easy/difficult to hiding the message itself instead of hiding the key.
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