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The following message is ROT26 encrypted:

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May
7
revised Possible to use custom SSL or TCP/IP packets to detect VPN use?
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May
7
asked Possible to use custom SSL or TCP/IP packets to detect VPN use?
May
7
revised How do I enable support for Cryptographic Message Syntax (CMS) in OpenSSL on OS X?
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May
7
comment How to make sure that the cryptographic hardware accelerator is being used in am335x?
This might be the only question of this nature on this site, despite having a few amazing hardware focused answers from Thomas Pornin and others that discusses hardware-based security in such a detailed way. Therefore I'm upvoting and not voting to move to Electronics.SE or Stackoverflow.
May
5
answered How does PKI work for the client side?
May
5
revised In theory, can a restricted-use ToR network be created with “Verifiable Encryption”? How should I approach learning it?
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Apr
29
comment Signing the Recovery Partition
Apple has an online recovery method (command-R at boot) that might accommodate this request internally.
Apr
29
revised How can I explain “zero knowledge proof” to an end user?
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Apr
28
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
27
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
27
comment Are there any Distributed/mesh-like/P2P VPNs?
Yes, what you want does exist, for on-LAN communication if the devices are local. It's the Azure Service Bus
Apr
27
comment “Authorized” Man in the middle
Cisco, Microsoft, and other companies also have SSL inspection features that work the same way...
Apr
25
revised How can I explain “zero knowledge proof” to an end user?
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Apr
24
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.
Apr
24
asked How can I explain “zero knowledge proof” to an end user?
Apr
24
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
23
accepted Should other processes be running while an iPhone or Android is generating a cryptographically random number?
Apr
22
reviewed Approve Is it possible to “read” secure (using SSL or TLS) messages if you know the message?
Apr
21
comment Minimize risk with Windows 2003 end of life
@schroeder Extended support ends soon for Win2003...
Apr
19
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.