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The following message is ROT26 encrypted:

SSL isn't good enough. Your website can be hacked.
Help solve the problem by advocating these RFCs:

TLSA (formerly DANE for DNS) Fixes the hackable CA problem

TLS-OBC: Fixes TLS, and the Related Domain Cookie Attack


About me
I have no relation to the above sites; I am just an advocate

Why "makerofthings7"? It's a challenge to "make seven things in my life of significant quality and value". Who knows if those things will take the form of software, art, or people. (I'm not married, no kids yet)

See ...my LinkedIn profile

Bitcoin: 1Ev4VoQYqZzJa1YvDCyUxFjpFhtK34evHk


Mar
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answered Are there any systems out there that use a one-time pad?
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26
comment How does data.stackexchange.com allow queries securely?
If you're using Windows, you can expose your data with ODATA (Microsoft WCF) and set filters to dynamically alter or throttle inbound queries.
Mar
25
answered How to encrypt more than 16 bytes using AES?
Mar
25
answered Can I use elliptic curve DSA in a secure message service?
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Mar
19
comment Is there a widely used protocol which builds on AES/GCM, and defines serialization formats of A, IV, C and T together?
Can a given implementation set A or even P to null? And use AES GCM just for integrity? or is that a bad practice?
Mar
19
comment Is there a widely used protocol which builds on AES/GCM, and defines serialization formats of A, IV, C and T together?
Thank you. Also, I found T ... it was computed internally by Bouncy Castle and appended to the end of C. I suppose that all Bouncy-based code serializes in this order.
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19
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19
comment Is there a widely used protocol which builds on AES/GCM, and defines serialization formats of A, IV, C and T together?
For those interested in the non-random key, the source is here ; please direct violence to that link ;) (or a Git pull request)
Mar
19
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18
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18
comment How would I implement “Broadcast Encryption”?
Is it correct that for a 1024 bit RSA key, the maximum size of a symmetric key I can use is 117 bytes?
Mar
18
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