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comment Is it possible to make a living selling exploits?
@KonradRudolph To avoid extended discussions in the comment area, let me just say I ain't stopping anyone. ;) In case you want to talk more, drop an email (See my profile)
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comment Is it possible to make a living selling exploits?
@KonradRudolph Differently stated: I’ld rather go for the regulated gun-and-bullets market than for exploits… the later doesn’t offer you any regulated protection. Instead, there are many regulations and laws prohibiting things which would practically boil down to electronic warfare. Don’t get me wrong, some companies (I’m looking towards the French riviera) make a living from exploits… but I can assure you they’re walking a thin line and they’re far from safe when sh#t hits the fan. All that’s left: you could try to sell exploits to your own government. (Good luck with that one…)
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comment Is it possible to make a living selling exploits?
@KonradRudolph You are ignoring the fact that there very well are (hidden) regulations in place. Let’t take a fictive example: we two group up to found a company to sell exploits we find. One day, we sell an exploit to a client which happens to be a terrorist, foreign-government agent, or whatever. When that exploit is used to target the country we live in, nothing will save us. We’ld have supplied ”an enemy of the state” with ”a weapon”. There are ample laws which would break our necks in that case – as we would have engaged in illegal, criminal activity by providing an electronic weapon.
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comment Is it possible to make a living selling exploits?
@KonradRudolph Well, just ask an average arms dealer how his/her job worked out in the end.
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comment Security of online storage of KeePass-like files
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is more about security instead of cryptography as we tend to handle it here, Besides that, this is not the place for software recommendations. All in all I think the question has a better chance to receive good answers at Security.SE.
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revised Will double encryption increase the security of cipher vs bruteforce?
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comment How can an email sender include his PGP key, so I can answer with an encrypted mail?
@user80160 If the answer satisfies you, please accept the answer. Thanks!
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comment RSA key recovery using sound - How does it work?
Somewhat late, but there’s also a related Q&A at Crypto.SE.
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