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I work for ShieldSeal. We provide a security scanning service that can detect SQL Injection, XSS, Directory Traversal and other common vulnerabilities in websites.


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answered Custom EC2-style user authentication system - how secure is it?
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comment Improving the privacy of a casual Web user
+1 I like these solutions, but I think more can be done.
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comment Improving the privacy of a casual Web user
@curiousguy I think the other comments ripped up this suggestion sufficiently. In general chao-mu has the right idea.
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comment Improving the privacy of a casual Web user
@curiousguy "... I don't care about hiding the history from myself in fact I like having a local history." Also i hardly think this is a solution.
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comment Improving the privacy of a casual Web user
@curiousguy who cares? Like most users its mostly static, but it can change.
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comment Improving the privacy of a casual Web user
@curiousguy I am mostly worried about the concerns brought up in "Tracking the Trackers." I only care about remote threats, I like having a browser history.
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comment Improving the privacy of a casual Web user
@curiousguy browsing with a default browser. (I like firefox :)
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comment How do I protect user data at rest?
@mikeazo yeah that is not good enough for me. I need a reason why its better. I don't see the concurrent block issue that cbc solves being a problem with this type of data.
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comment How do I protect user data at rest?
@mikeazo yeah, and usernames and email addresses are unique and will usually fit in a single AES-128 block. Can you think of a reason why an IV is really necessary for this type of data?
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answered How do I protect user data at rest?
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answered ASLR in Ubuntu 11.10