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The first rule of security is: you do not invent security protocols.

The second rule of security is: you do not invent security protocols!

The third rule of security is: if this is your first time with security you do not invent security protocols.

Inventing, modifying, tweaking, hacking, extending, optimizing, or just about anything else you can do to a cryptographic protocol, hash, algorithm, PRNG, key agreement, or cryptographic technique is a very bad idea.

(Not dead.)


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reviewed Close Tools for Verifying Secure Deletion
Sep
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reviewed Close Tool to grab sensitive information from command lines
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reviewed Close Are there any tools for automated penetration testing of Silverlight applications?
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reviewed Close Fuzzing tool to find heap overflows in a Windows binary
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reviewed Close XSS Penetration Tools for OSX
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reviewed Close Recommendations for a Certificate Management tool for Linux
Jul
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reviewed Leave Open What is the point of hosting database externally?
Jul
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Should I add protections where I dont understand how hacker can break system?
Jun
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on air-gap tag wiki excerpt
Jun
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on air-gap tag wiki
Jun
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reviewed Close What's the need of multiple implementations of SSL/TLS?
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reviewed Close How does the TCP/IP lack security?
May
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reviewed Leave Open Way to make “DNS unblockers” safe?
May
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on If a Windows laptop with an encrypted hard disk is stolen, can the contents be accessed by a professional hacker?
Jan
17
reviewed Close Snort alert log simple question
Jan
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reviewed Close I don't understand how BIPS got hacked
Aug
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reviewed No Action Needed XSS Penetration Tools for OSX
Aug
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reviewed Leave Open What are the security implications of the POLi Internet Payments technique?
Jun
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reviewed Leave Open Online POS terminal?
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reviewed Close Stop code injections into page code