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comment How can I explain “zero knowledge proof” to an end user?
Perhaps I could use the recipe for KFC, or Coke as an analogy... They have no knowledge of the recipe, but can say it tastes like the real thing.
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accepted Should other processes be running while an iPhone or Android is generating a cryptographically random number?
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reviewed Approve Is it possible to “read” secure (using SSL or TLS) messages if you know the message?
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comment Minimize risk with Windows 2003 end of life
@schroeder Extended support ends soon for Win2003...
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comment Can free email provider's partners and affiliates read your emails?
In theory they can also edit your emails, and create valid looking replies.
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revised How does combining SHA256 with RIPE-MD160 compare to SHA256 + SHA-3?
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asked How does combining SHA256 with RIPE-MD160 compare to SHA256 + SHA-3?
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revised How does SHA3 (Keccak & SHAKE) compare to SHA2? Should I use non-SHAKE parameters?
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comment Should SSL be terminated at a load balancer?
@PiyushKansal Some companies have a network layer VPN in these instances, so you don't have to worry about this, but if this doesn't exist yes, I would re-encrypt. I don't know about your particular situation, but there may be things to consider like the SafeHarbor ( safeharbor.export.gov/list.aspx ) trust lists, and your company's legal responsibility in an international situation like yours
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