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Nov
8
comment Cryptography that looks like ordinary email
Then he will have the additional problem of his email being caught in some spam filter
Oct
22
comment Why do we lock our computers?
Hitting WinKey+L or clicking the lock button is next-to-zero cost for you as a user. ... I disagree... the real cost is having to type your password again to get in... not a huge cost but not next-to-zero either
Sep
20
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Jul
20
comment To salt, or not to salt?
cooking.stackexchange.com is a better place to ask such questions
Nov
30
comment How can I prevent my kids from bypassing my computer restrictions?
@Kelley... if someone highly skilled is running up against "rules" in the workplace, then it's probably because the "rules" are interfering with their ability to do the job (e.g. not providing or allowing the use of the best tools for the job)... these places are usually not the most "high paying" anyway... leave it for a saner and more high paying one
Nov
1
comment Digital Certificate deployment: using two certs for each user?
I don't see how an admin can circumvent a smart card... Isn't it the case that the smart card is the only place the private key is stored? If the admin does not have access to the card, they have no way of generating a signature. No amount of "manipulating the application" will generate a fake signature (assuming the public key remains genuine).
Dec
29
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