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Jul
14
comment Electronic identity and digital signatures - why they are different?
So I read that you are in support of the same key for signing as for Identity. Is there any need for each key to have different expiration dates, cryptography (algo/keylength), assurance by the notary, issuance or usage constraints, or anything else that would operationally or technically require (or prefer) two keys?
Jul
13
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
13
awarded  Sportsmanship
Jul
12
answered Why not mix hashes?
Jul
9
answered Is my Google session safe when my computer is logged out or locked?
Jul
9
answered Issuing certificates to two departments from same ROOT CA so one does not trust the other
Jul
8
awarded  Nice Question
Jul
6
comment DMZ and mail servers
@Contego Depending on the context and risks involved. Yes, I would consider it. Above, I'm referring to using a 3rd party who specializes in a protocol (SMTP) do remove that burden. If the firewall is locked down completely, then the management overhead of DMZ-ing that data is unnecessary, and without logical benefit.
Jul
6
comment Is compiling untrusted code safe?
See this for Visual Studio security.stackexchange.com/q/41598/396
Jul
6
answered DMZ and mail servers
Jul
1
answered How much is the entropy of a randomly generated password reduced if I regenerate until I get a password I like?
Jul
1
comment How do I know if a font is malicious?
Do you know of trusted locations to source non-default fonts from?
Jun
28
awarded  Announcer
Jun
27
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
21
revised Is randomizing cookie names a good idea?
deleted 5 characters in body
Jun
21
comment SSL cert vs public-key authentication
possible duplicate of How does SSL/TLS work?
Jun
20
comment Trying to keep high school students out of the Wi-Fi network
+1 to Lohoris and amccormack ; both technical and non technical approaches are needed.
Jun
18
asked Is there an encryption scheme that allows an auditor to view some, not all data?
Jun
12
asked What TCP-level commands affect the global configuration of the stack?
Jun
11
awarded  Booster