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revised Why can't you work backwards with public key to decrypt a message?
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comment Why can't you work backwards with public key to decrypt a message?
@ChrisCudmore thank you, I'll edit to improve it as you commented
Apr
23
answered Why can't you work backwards with public key to decrypt a message?
Apr
22
reviewed Approve How to find out if somebody is spying on my private browsing data in the same WiFi network?
Mar
6
comment Is it possible to construct a passively self-destructing message?
@kojiro The message is something, the media is another. The message is "Hello world", once you read it, I just can avoid that you spread it if I prevent you talking to anyone else. Except in a very restrict environment, where anyone who has access to the message dies or is isolated from the humanity, any time someone has access to the message, you lost control over it.
Mar
6
comment Is it possible to construct a passively self-destructing message?
TTL = time to live, I think...
Mar
6
answered Is it possible to construct a passively self-destructing message?
Nov
24
answered Is there a protocol for securely trading information between possibly uncooperating agents?
Oct
22
comment Competitor app blocks our app, need a way to bypass their check
If they go after the app name, don't think that there is any easy method on changing you app name every time to fool their app.
Oct
21
comment What is the difference between “key length” and “bit strength”?
possible duplicate of Is it true that encryption bit "strength", although numerically identical, may actually be different depending on the algorithm?
Oct
8
reviewed Reject Can Central Authentication Service (CAS) do authorization?
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
5
comment Salt and password
reading which doc to set which password ?
Aug
29
answered Which one to ask first in multi-factor authentication?
Aug
18
answered Using last characters of hash as salt
Jul
31
reviewed Approve How can DH provide a known secret to two parties over an unencrypted connection without it being intercepted via MITM?
Jul
21
comment What is a good analogy to explain to a layman why passwords should be hashed?
@NateKerkhofs could you point that site out?
Jul
18
comment Can someone please explain RBAC to me?
you're welcome :). You can even take it and put your own answer, I didn't do it because I'm in a hurry...
Jul
18
comment Can someone please explain RBAC to me?
merlot.usc.edu/cs530-s04/papers/Barkley97a.pdf
Jul
18
comment Can someone please explain RBAC to me?
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Access_control_list#Comparing_with_RBAC