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Jul
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answered Is brute-forcing the only way to crack WPA?
May
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comment Is the GTK or MIC in the unencrypted portion of a WPA protected frame?
do you want to see if a captured, encrypted frame belongs to a handshake you captured? usually, in an encrypted frame, there is the header which contains information like source and destination, which would probably enough for you to match messages with a handshake, as long as there was no new handshake that you may have missed. if i am way off, please clarify what you need ;)
Apr
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comment Is it safe to allow users multiple login at different browsers & computers?
vulnerable to what if i may ask?
Apr
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comment Facebook Login for Intranet
i can not really tell how safe facebook login is, and who knows what information they will be able to get, but i would not recommend to use facebook login to log into intranet. besides the question 'WHY!?', i would generally say that it is more secure, to use separate logins, especially for critical information like key elements of your company.
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revised Is it possible to get the encryption key when you have the plaintext?
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Apr
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answered Is it possible to get the encryption key when you have the plaintext?
Apr
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answered How is “hacking” even possible if I “defend” properly?
Apr
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revised Was DSA invented from RSA?
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answered Was DSA invented from RSA?
Apr
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revised Is there a way to encrypt an existing ext4 filesystem with already data on it?
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revised Is there a way to encrypt an existing ext4 filesystem with already data on it?
brainlag, he does not use windows :/
Apr
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comment Is there a way to encrypt an existing ext4 filesystem with already data on it?
oh, right. my mind totally ignored that, sorry! Still, truecrypt works on many operating systems :)
Apr
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comment Is there a way to encrypt an existing ext4 filesystem with already data on it?
I read: "My external drive was full of data, so I choose Encrypt partition in place." and assume that his drive was not empty. I do not know which OS you use, please specify your question :) Truecrypt exists for many different operating systems.
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answered Is there a way to encrypt an existing ext4 filesystem with already data on it?
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