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Apr
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answered Why does TLS need an explicit heartbeat protocol?
Apr
8
awarded  Good Answer
Apr
8
answered Can Heartbleed be used to obtain memory from other processes?
Apr
8
answered Are networks using EAP-TLS affected by Heartbleed?
Apr
8
comment What was so dangerous about PGP that its creator was charged in court for it?
Maybe not exactly the same time. PGP is from the early 1990s, not the 1960s. Yet the legal details mattered: Zimmerman managed to legally export his code by printing it as a book (I have seen it: source code in a big, clear monospace font, and a big "scan this book" banner on the cover).
Apr
8
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
8
awarded  java
Apr
8
awarded  pgp
Apr
7
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
7
comment Are SSL encrypted communications through a company network safe?
The point of SSL is to keep outsiders out, yes.
Apr
7
answered Are SSL encrypted communications through a company network safe?
Apr
7
answered Deleting undeletable files on a hacked Linux machine
Apr
7
answered Can you listen to your last GSM call recorded when calling back a user?
Apr
7
answered What was so dangerous about PGP that its creator was charged in court for it?
Apr
7
answered Why did Java (JRE) vulnerabilities peak in 2012-2013?
Apr
7
answered Can a smart card with PKI certificate be used to protect a document?
Apr
7
answered What version of TLS does any web browser use when connecting to server where all SSL Protocols are enabled?
Apr
6
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
4
answered When you buy a certificate, does the certificate authority have (a copy of) the private key?
Apr
4
answered Is using MD5 in NTLMv2 protocol to store Windows passwords is secure?