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Aug
28
comment Is using a public-key for logging in to SSH any better than saving a password?
@RichardE.Silverman, thanks. I've edited my answer to reflect that I misread or misremembered the paper. (I can't recall now, it was ages ago.)
Aug
28
revised Is using a public-key for logging in to SSH any better than saving a password?
Richard's right, I misread the paper.
Aug
1
revised XKCD #936: Short complex password, or long dictionary passphrase?
the wordlist is much smaller than I expected
Aug
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comment XKCD #936: Short complex password, or long dictionary passphrase?
@AdamKatz, yikes. I've always assumed it used /usr/share/dict/words on my system, which is ~100k words, which would have lead to ~60 bits of entropy for this format. I'll amend my answer. Thanks.
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comment I found that the company I work for is putting a backdoor into mobile phones
Do you mean Carrier IQ? Or is this something newer and perhaps not yet widely known?
Dec
13
comment Is it safe to transfer Facebook access token via TCP?
@Rufinus: that doesn't really have much bearing here...
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answered XKCD #936: Short complex password, or long dictionary passphrase?
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comment XKCD #936: Short complex password, or long dictionary passphrase?
So we're agreed: Germans need two words, the rest of us need four words? :)
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answered Is using a public-key for logging in to SSH any better than saving a password?
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Apr
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answered how long does it take to actually generate rainbow tables?