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The following message is ROT26 encrypted:

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Apr
9
comment In theory, can a restricted-use ToR network be created with “Verifiable Encryption”? How should I approach learning it?
@this.josh I need to verify that the contents is data an encrypted vote for a person (a single value of a set for first past the post FPTP, or ranked 1st place 2nd place, etc for alternative vote). The data segments should be small, product ID + bid.
Apr
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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
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comment In theory, can a restricted-use ToR network be created with “Verifiable Encryption”? How should I approach learning it?
Thank you, I'd be interested in learning what constraints are possible..
Apr
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revised Use the server's key to digitally sign the HTML content it delivered?
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Apr
6
comment Should name constraints be present on a subordinate CA issued to an organization?
Do you know of anything "better" than the current DNSSec? Either a modified RFC, or something redone from the ground up?
Apr
6
comment Should name constraints be present on a subordinate CA issued to an organization?
If only DNSSec didn't require very weak RSA keys... and if only it supported faster/better crypto like EC....
Apr
3
answered Is having the username and password fields on different pages more secure?
Apr
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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
2
answered Are “web bugs” a technique that instructs web browsers to operate the computer's microphone?
Apr
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revised Is there an HSTS equivalent for DNSSec?
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Mar
30
comment Can 'cracked' product keys harm the user in any way?
@PaŭloEbermann - Completely agree, but I've seen it happen
Mar
27
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Mar
27
revised I just deployed DNSSec. Is there any benefit in DANE for a CA- issued Cert?
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Mar
27
revised Why does rfc6797 say “An HSTS Host MUST NOT include the STS header field in HTTP responses over non-secure transport.”
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27
asked Is there an HSTS equivalent for DNSSec?
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revised I just deployed DNSSec. Is there any benefit in DANE for a CA- issued Cert?
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