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Just ordinary imperfect man, trying to beat higher level everyday.


Oct
26
revised How do I use “openssl s_client” to test for (absence of) SSLv3 support?
formatting of script
Oct
26
suggested approved edit on How do I use “openssl s_client” to test for (absence of) SSLv3 support?
Oct
9
awarded  Yearling
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
15
accepted Why do people still use/recommend MD5 if it is cracked since 1996?
Jun
15
awarded  Famous Question
May
11
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
24
comment Is DNSSEC immune to stripping signatures?
Nice, thank you Habbie
Apr
24
accepted Is DNSSEC immune to stripping signatures?
Apr
14
comment How can PrivateSky not see your data?
All links to documents on privatesky.me are dead.
Apr
14
revised Is social-engineering an actual threat
edited body
Apr
12
asked Is DNSSEC immune to stripping signatures?
Apr
3
accepted Why do public key certificate “Trust anchor”? Does this introduce a single point of failure?
Mar
25
comment Why do public key certificate “Trust anchor”? Does this introduce a single point of failure?
Paper about P2P certificate trust is something similar to what I got in mind, it's not about higher authority, but increasing security and stability of trust web. Thanks
Mar
24
comment SSL can stop MiTMs … but on the long run, can it really?
Offline of course, ever heard about 'Cold Storage' systems? Private keys for such certificates are usually well protected, and even on online process, you won't transfer the data unencrypted, I personally would transfer them with at least as ciphered bulk file.
Mar
24
comment SSL can stop MiTMs … but on the long run, can it really?
Why do you think that such synchronisation will be online process ?
Mar
24
asked Why do public key certificate “Trust anchor”? Does this introduce a single point of failure?
Nov
26
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
6
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
16
comment Best practices for securing an android device
@AndrewRussell sim or sd card?