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Aug
24
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Nov
7
accepted Different SSL states as seen by Safari, Chrome and Firefox
Nov
7
accepted Do on-demand SSL certificates exist?
Oct
15
revised Different SSL states as seen by Safari, Chrome and Firefox
replaced screenshots by english ones
Oct
15
comment Do on-demand SSL certificates exist?
Thx for a beautiful explanation! The system on which I saw this behavior, isn't part of a corporate network. The system is connected to a larger ISP through I router I control.
Oct
15
comment Different SSL states as seen by Safari, Chrome and Firefox
Thx! I'll do some further investigation.
Oct
14
asked Do on-demand SSL certificates exist?
Oct
14
revised Different SSL states as seen by Safari, Chrome and Firefox
deleted 2 characters in body
Oct
14
revised Different SSL states as seen by Safari, Chrome and Firefox
added 501 characters in body
Oct
14
asked Different SSL states as seen by Safari, Chrome and Firefox
Sep
12
awarded  Commentator
Sep
12
comment SSL-certificates for overlapping domain regions?
@teries-riel Thx! Yes, I'm aware of the that wildcard certs can't be EV. In fact, we have to choose between EV or wildcard.
Sep
10
answered Exploiting an Open Redirect in POST body?
Sep
10
accepted Securely transferring data from service provider to client
Sep
10
accepted Protecting data through an XOR operation with sufficiently long keys
Sep
9
accepted SSL-certificates for overlapping domain regions?
Sep
8
revised Securely render SVG
deleted 9 characters in body
Sep
8
comment Germany: Privacy Protection Regulations and Response
First of all, write a formal/written letter to the chancellor [Kanzler/Präsident] of the university and the privacy officer of the university [Datenschutzbeauftragter] and request a written answer of your case: - Who has gained which information from whom? - Who passed it along to a third party? | In general, german univerities do no background scans of their students. German privacy laws do definitely forbid such investigations.
Sep
8
comment Germany: Privacy Protection Regulations and Response
Additionally, please note, that once a certain piece of information made available by YOU to the public, this information no longer has a privacy protection privilege. While copyright laws may still protect you intellectual property, re-publishing this information again wouldn't break privacy laws.