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Jan
10
comment Attack vector: Internet Service Provider
Is there abslute no probability that there might be something fishy in this?
Jan
9
comment Attack vector: Internet Service Provider
well it's related to a suspicioun so I think this place is better. Thank you
Jan
9
comment Attack vector: Internet Service Provider
I'm doing this for years and this is the only time I'm failing at forwarding ports.
Jan
9
comment Attack vector: Internet Service Provider
Well I've also tried non-common ports and it didn't worked. They also they have no policy on that.
Jan
9
comment Attack vector: Internet Service Provider
I've tested the range < 1024 and > 10000 which both didn't worked. I can reach the internal ports on the network IPs and I also tried several devices from web server to terminal, which didn't work :(
Jan
9
revised Attack vector: Internet Service Provider
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Jan
9
asked Attack vector: Internet Service Provider
Dec
14
revised Can a neighbour who installed my router access it?
rewrote the entire question and made it compatible to this website
Dec
14
comment Would DLL hijacking work with load-time linking?
I remember that hijacking frameworks used to hijack the DLL loading code system wide so the answer would be YES. madshi.net would be an example to that AFAIK.
Dec
14
comment Can a neighbour who installed my router access it?
Hey @kenny, thank you for the question. I've edited it to make it compatible to the website.
Dec
14
suggested approved edit on Can a neighbour who installed my router access it?
Dec
14
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Dec
14
accepted Creating a secure and encrypted e-mail service
Dec
13
comment Creating a secure and encrypted e-mail service
@xander thank you very much sir, I ordered the book.
Dec
12
comment Creating a secure and encrypted e-mail service
Thank you very much sir.
Dec
11
comment Creating a secure and encrypted e-mail service
Hey I've updated the question and also added a bounty, thank you!
Dec
11
comment Creating a secure and encrypted e-mail service
@lucaskauffman they could, but they are not forced. It's merely for the purpose of convenience. If you use such a browser based system, wouldn't it be a sin to keep them on local storage or have the user to paste them in the app everytime he uses it?
Dec
11
comment Creating a secure and encrypted e-mail service
@markc.wallace I didn't know that, I live in Germany and it's not a crime here.
Dec
11
comment Creating a secure and encrypted e-mail service
Are there any services around who already beat Scenario 2 and 3? Thank you again for the detailed answer
Dec
11
comment Creating a secure and encrypted e-mail service
Thank you very much sir for your detailed answer. My basic motivation is to build something as (technically) simple as possible that would provide the (very) basics of encryption to people who would otherwise have this stuff flying around unencrypted. I agree mostly on all points, especially on Rubber Hose crypto, which is obvious in hindsight. But if you take for example a person living in Iran using this system, wouldn't he be better off(in technical terms) if we keep his keys in Swiss and he is accessing them over TLS?