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accepted Protecting the Java keystore with a weak password, what's the risk?
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Jul
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comment Protecting the Java keystore with a weak password, what's the risk?
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Jul
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comment Protecting the Java keystore with a weak password, what's the risk?
That only lists the contents of the keystore with not enough detail to see the passwords of the single entries however.
Jul
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comment Protecting the Java keystore with a weak password, what's the risk?
Thanks for the answer. So every private key inside it is protected by a password then, this makes sense. How can I see/edit these passwords?
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comment Protecting the Java keystore with a weak password, what's the risk?
Ahah fair enough :D I guess that I am looking to understand exactly what purposes can the keystore be used for, which would in turn dictate specific security requirements.
Jul
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comment Protecting the Java keystore with a weak password, what's the risk?
Do you mind explaining the Android example a bit further?
Jul
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comment Protecting the Java keystore with a weak password, what's the risk?
Actually, after reading your answer, I have updated the question. I might have made some confusion in there.
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asked Protecting the Java keystore with a weak password, what's the risk?
Jul
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comment Should I use more than 2048 bits in my SSH-2 RAS Key?
What do you need to do with this key?
Jul
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comment How to sniff email with https on Windows?
Correct, you would need a MITM attack for this to succeed. Also, did you mean sslstrip?
Jul
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comment How to sniff email with https on Windows?
Not true. It is possible to do, it's just not as straightforwards as intercepting cleartext information.
Apr
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accepted Enabling port forwarding on port 53 on a DNS server, why is it a risk?
Apr
21
comment Enabling port forwarding on port 53 on a DNS server, why is it a risk?
Thanks for the answer and for the extra links, very useful!
Apr
21
comment Enabling port forwarding on port 53 on a DNS server, why is it a risk?
@edvinas.me a) What do you mean? b) Does it matter? I have a DNS server and I was wondering what the security risks would be after enabling port forwarding on port 53. This is a purely theoretical question, so there is nothing to accomplish here.
Apr
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asked Enabling port forwarding on port 53 on a DNS server, why is it a risk?
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awarded  Yearling
Mar
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accepted Should I set different passwords for different Wi-Fi bands?