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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


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answered How to display friendly notification about no TLS 1.0 support in browser
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asked Possible for Lync clients to adopt Activesync-style policies?
Dec
16
answered Is it possible the person sitting across from me at Starbucks was trying to hack my laptop?
Dec
15
answered Distance between two passwords
Dec
14
answered Do website owners know what keywords a visitor typed in google search to get to their site?
Dec
9
answered Email Encryption
Dec
8
answered How safe is it to use developer's version of the browsers
Dec
8
answered Which is the best antidote for DNS cache poisoning?
Dec
5
asked Should the thumbprint be SHA2 in addition to the Signature Hash Algorithm?
Dec
4
answered Certificates - What about signing again Intermediate CA certificates?
Dec
4
answered Would it be good secure programming practice to overwrite a “sensitive” variable before deleting it?
Dec
3
answered Subordinate Certification Authorities and managed certificates
Nov
29
answered Techniques to make a login page safe without using SSL
Nov
21
asked Does Wifi encryption create a private tunnel between the adapter and the accesspoint?
Nov
21
answered How much of a risk to students is an open WiFi network on campus? EDIT: please read in full.
Nov
17
answered Potential risks when sending plain text E-Mails with encrypted attachments?
Oct
25
answered How bad it is to install another company's root certificate to your server?
Oct
23
asked Has a plaintext password ever been used in a court of law as evidence to a crime?
Oct
15
asked Based on these email headers, where is this virus coming from?
Sep
16
asked How are Captive Wifi Portals secured?