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Nov
10
comment Regular Expressions for common exploits
Edited my answer. I hope I clarified what I ment.
Nov
10
revised Regular Expressions for common exploits
Clarified by adding a step-by-step list.
Nov
10
comment Regular Expressions for common exploits
Probably. Deduplicate it and if that's enough you just go through them all. Next time you'll add the regex input validation at once, because you're never going to make this misstake again.
Nov
10
awarded  Teacher
Nov
10
answered Regular Expressions for common exploits
Oct
26
comment Does this simple function add something to prepared statements?
misses select * from users where id = $id, so no
Oct
17
revised How does ASIC cryptocoin miners affect the security of scrypt?
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Oct
17
awarded  Yearling
Oct
17
asked How does ASIC cryptocoin miners affect the security of scrypt?
Jul
13
accepted MITM protection, key distribution
Jul
13
comment MITM protection, key distribution
Would it be useless to further encrypt the data inside ssl/tls? Like using twofish to encrypt the data before sending it through ssl/tls?
Jul
12
comment MITM protection, key distribution
I don't know who's sending me the key, but I know that the following connections using that key will be from the same user, right? That's my goal.
Jul
12
asked MITM protection, key distribution
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Apr
15
accepted Minimize collision risk for any hash function?
Apr
15
comment Minimize collision risk for any hash function?
Well, hashes are only hashed client-side, once, so by that logic I should use the toughest hash I can come up with?
Apr
15
comment Minimize collision risk for any hash function?
sha256? is that enough to eliminate collisions for a 48bit input?
Apr
15
asked Minimize collision risk for any hash function?
Feb
22
asked Security implications of putting virtual hosts source code in /var/www/[domain]
Feb
12
awarded  Notable Question