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Oct
28
revised Can I use port 443 without SSL?
Tidied grammar.
Oct
28
suggested approved edit on Can I use port 443 without SSL?
Oct
17
revised Strange Payment Gateway
Tidied grammar. Inlined link.
Oct
17
suggested approved edit on Strange Payment Gateway
Oct
12
revised Can a WiFi access point operator tell that I'm streaming video to my phone?
Capital letters are a thing.
Oct
12
suggested approved edit on Can a WiFi access point operator tell that I'm streaming video to my phone?
Aug
28
revised Cloudflare's free SSL options require trusting them; what could they do to change that?
Tidied grammar & link text.
Aug
28
suggested approved edit on Cloudflare's free SSL options require trusting them; what could they do to change that?
Aug
19
comment Password strength of random words and brainflayer
Well, it should be nor, @ryanc, but it's no longer unclear.
Aug
19
comment Password strength of random words and brainflayer
"Neither ... or ... don't ...." I'm confused.
Aug
3
revised Is this an attempted SQL injection?
Most importantly, putting /if/ & /sleep/ into code formatting, as that sentence tripped me up while reading it till I worked out that was intended. Also improved link text and made some minor grammatical tweaks.
Aug
3
suggested approved edit on Is this an attempted SQL injection?
Jul
28
revised How exactly does the Stagefright Vulnerability work on Android?
Fixed title: quotation marks are not for emphasis. Improved link text.
Jul
28
suggested approved edit on How exactly does the Stagefright Vulnerability work on Android?
Jul
25
revised What prevents a man in the middle from requesting a certificate for your server?
RFC 2606. Grammar.
Jul
25
suggested approved edit on What prevents a man in the middle from requesting a certificate for your server?
Jul
23
revised Git server security
Spelling: bare -> bear and others. Improved link text ("this post").
Jul
23
suggested approved edit on Git server security
Jul
21
comment What is the most secure way to protect a custom CMS from infiltration?
@mightyspaj. Maybe, maybe not. The point is that crypt() is difficult to use properly. Your custom function may or may not be using it correctly. password_hash() has been studied by some very fine minds, and is very simple to use. So use it.
Jul
21
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