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revised Is storing the private key and public keys in same directory on server recommended, like OwnCloud does?
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revised Is storing the private key and public keys in same directory on server recommended, like OwnCloud does?
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comment Is storing the private key and public keys in same directory on server recommended, like OwnCloud does?
seems not possible with owncloud (out of the box) and they say nothing about this doc.owncloud.org/server/6.0/admin_manual/configuration/configuration_encryption.‌​html
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comment Is storing the private key and public keys in same directory on server recommended, like OwnCloud does?
there is one directory data wich contains all files and public+private keys instead of storing them above the whole owncloud directory or on another server.
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21
revised Is storing the private key and public keys in same directory on server recommended, like OwnCloud does?
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asked Is storing the private key and public keys in same directory on server recommended, like OwnCloud does?
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comment Client vs Server security for business critical application (crossplatform)
The java application is not intended to run as an applet or in a browser, just on the client directly eg via a jar and starting it via command line or an exe wrapper but the application could host its own tomcat instance (which is not recommended) or could sync with the mobile app (which will maybe use phonegap as solution)
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comment Client vs Server security for business critical application (crossplatform)
but exploits of Java and PHP compared, Java wins / seems much safer (we just want to use currently the client version of Java / JavaSE). So Java in general is much secure?
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asked Client vs Server security for business critical application (crossplatform)