433 reputation
312
bio website codeministry.ch
location Switzerland
age
visits member for 3 years, 7 months
seen May 21 at 5:45

I am an experienced software developer for both technical and business software, mainly in C#/.NET.


Feb
19
revised What is a good way to authenticate a user to websites and applications with a smart phone?
more info about the standard
Feb
12
revised What is a good way to authenticate a user to websites and applications with a smart phone?
formatted
Feb
12
answered What is a good way to authenticate a user to websites and applications with a smart phone?
Jan
19
comment how to find a cryptography scheme (either authentication or encryption) for which some formal analysis of security has not been done yet
Hi @Prabhendu Pandey and welcome on Stackoverflow. Your resolution is very welcome, however, it is not a real answer. It is your outcome to the search, whereas the question asks for sources. Consider posting this as new, edited part of your question.
Jan
19
comment how to find a cryptography scheme (either authentication or encryption) for which some formal analysis of security has not been done yet
What about SQRL? This is a quite new authentication scheme, only about a year or so old. It involves both authentication and encryption.
Jan
8
comment Is posting data to a https address secure?
httsp encrypts your data on the way to the server, but YOU must be sure to be talking to the right server (and not a fake one), first.
Dec
8
comment ISPs are now adding unique header identifiers to web traffic. Can this be avoided? If so, how?
Related: security.stackexchange.com/questions/74335/…
Dec
6
awarded  Yearling
Dec
5
awarded  Scholar
Dec
5
accepted How to find out whether an ISP adds a perma-cookie to my requests?
Dec
5
comment How to find out whether an ISP adds a perma-cookie to my requests?
Wow, HTTPBin is a nice tool in this case. Thanks also for the hint, that ISP's might only add that for specific sites.
Dec
5
awarded  Student
Dec
5
revised How to find out whether an ISP adds a perma-cookie to my requests?
clarified about the use case (browsing the internet)
Dec
5
asked How to find out whether an ISP adds a perma-cookie to my requests?
Nov
25
comment Can a lock picker slowly undermine the security of a deadbolt door?
Are you sure, they did not already entered that door in an unobserved time? And now come back to read out the HW-Keylogger for example?
Nov
19
comment Are the top ten flashlight apps maliciously stealing data and sending it to China, India, and Russia?
This one does not show up in the top ten (it 24th actually) but requires only what is expected: TeslaLED
Nov
18
comment How to use public WiFi safely?
Or, use a paid service of your choice and trust, to avoid the hassle of having your own VPN.
Nov
13
comment Why do some unrelated websites (appear to) share certificates?
I can copy this very strange behavior. I am located in Switzerland. This site, security.stackexchange.com, however, has the certificate as expected.
Oct
30
comment Code Signing Confusion
In short: A certificate from a thrusted party will say it's from YOU, a self-signed certificate will say it's from THAT ONE AGAIN, it the user chose to thrust the certificate once.
Oct
30
comment Code Signing Confusion
@RahilArora What means "You identity is verified by the Windows"? Do you mean a CA here, or Microsoft?