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The following message is ROT26 encrypted:

Check out my startup at Val-ID, an offline identity company that puts you in control

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Mar
13
revised What are the security differences between SMIME email and PGP email?
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Mar
13
revised What are the security differences between SMIME email and PGP email?
that bullet wasn't relevant for a comparison between tech
Mar
13
revised What are the security differences between SMIME email and PGP email?
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Mar
13
asked What are the security differences between SMIME email and PGP email?
Mar
13
revised Does this CSS code expose if a message is read, and how long they have been reading it?
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Mar
11
asked Do CA Public Audit Records increase the visibility, and risk of attack?
Mar
11
answered What bits of data is revoked in a CRL? Is it the hash(CSR) or hash(CSR + PKI signature)
Mar
11
comment Possible to change the CA that a keypair is using?
From a CA perspective, the ability to issue multiple certificates based on the same key would probably be constrained by software. (e.g. different Certificate templates, or a user sends in multiple renewals with the same CSR). Do you have any knowledge on how CA software would handle this? The client background you provided is more than I could hope for, and is awesome to know
Mar
11
accepted Possible to change the CA that a keypair is using?
Mar
11
comment Possible to change the CA that a keypair is using?
@raz I clarified.. I hope. Not trying to break RSA or change the public key, just the PKI certificate that is used.
Mar
11
revised Possible to change the CA that a keypair is using?
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Mar
11
asked What bits of data is revoked in a CRL? Is it the hash(CSR) or hash(CSR + PKI signature)
Mar
11
asked Possible to change the CA that a keypair is using?
Mar
11
awarded  Famous Question
Mar
10
comment I want trusted SMIME certificates for 3rd parties. Is this a reasonable configuration?
What concerns me is: suppose the separate roots exist, just as you describe. What happens if the roots cross sign each other? What if the cross signed root has more permissions? That scenario affects my consumers ability to trust a root
Mar
9
asked Securing 2 factor data from apps that are co-located on the same device?
Mar
9
answered How can I determine the domain controller when it's not in DNS?
Mar
6
revised Is it possible to construct a passively self-destructing message?
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Mar
6
answered Is it possible to construct a passively self-destructing message?
Mar
6
comment Is it possible to construct a passively self-destructing message?
isn't that example of using an isotope considered an external factor?