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Self taught software developer. PHP, Javascript, HTML, CSS, Perl, Bash, C, etc.. You name it, I either know enough to get by, or am in the process of learning it. I LOVE to learn, and LOVE to code.


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suggested rejected edit on How does virtualisation (IaaS) protect from CPU microcode updates and firmware changes?
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comment Is my session-less authentication system secure?
@Earlz You aren't getting a pat on the back and now you're all upset. You don't have to take advice, and furthermore, nobody said "you don't know what you're doing." All they're saying is that your method is no more secure than the already proven methods. You said "If some people hadn't 'reinvented the wheel', we'd still be stuck with all the programming languages and algorithms of the 60s." They didn't reinvent the wheel, they improved it, or else they wouldn't have been adopted. The consensus is that nobody sees improvement in your method over what's already available, take it or leave it.
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comment Can I enter PINs or passwords into a FIPS140-2 crytographic module in plaintext?
You were absolutely correct. I overlooked this key piece of information "when entered into the FIPS140-2 defined cryptographic boundary." If outside the boundary, while still on the device it must not be plaintext, but if within the boundary, plaintext IS acceptable.
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answered What particular devices and processes are available to destroy hard drives, per DoD 5220.22-M?