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This is a canary message, to be removed in the case of my death. If you're reading this, I haven't died yet.

Then again, how would you know? I mean, how could I possibly delete this message after my own demise?

You know what? Just go ahead and assume I'm dead. Any posts appearing to be made by me are from an impostor who's stolen my identity post-mortem, and only further prove the fact that I am dead. After all, why would I even think to post a canary message if I was expecting to be alive to remove it anyway?

In any case, I'm still not the droid you're looking for.


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comment HTTPS in captive portals and the Apple Captive Network Assistant
You're sending credit card info over WiFi in an airport? Ew.
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comment Digital Certificate deployment: using two certs for each user?
possible duplicate of Why should one not use the same asymmetric key for encryption as they do for signing?
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comment Why doesn't Facebook use HSTS
@paj28 Instead of closing, you could just provide an answer to that effect.
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reviewed Close Multiple browser instances through differents openvpn
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reviewed Close Wifi detection from different points
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reviewed Leave Closed Web Developer's responsibility for DDoS
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reviewed Close Need help with installing Godaddy SSL into AWS EC2 load balancer
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reviewed Close How can I stop an IP from trying to use my mail server?
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awarded  Famous Question
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reviewed Close Encrypting string in JavaScript and decryption in Java
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reviewed Close Is a “specially crafted web service in Perl” reason to be suspicious of security?
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reviewed Close How to escape a cookie to cause split response?
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reviewed Close Disadvantages of disabling RC4 in SSL/TLS
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reviewed Close RADIUS with MS-CHAPv2 Explaination
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comment Completely encrypting virtual machine (for free)
You can create TrueCrypt-like encrypted volumes with Bitlocker (howtogeek.com/193013/…). All you need to do is put your VMs' hard drive files in there. You can find & configure the locations of your VMs' hard drive files in the VM configuration screens.
May
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comment Completely encrypting virtual machine (for free)
Or put the VM files in a TrueCrypt volume or similar...
May
14
comment how do I find out where my sd card was used last
@Freedom The question here is where not when. And it's generally unlikely that the card will store that info itself. Metadata in the files might help though.
May
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reviewed Close Is there a fine for not doing penetration / vulnerability test
May
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reviewed Close Apache server chooses TLS1.2 for all request even when TLS1.2 is disabled in IE9 / Windows7
May
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comment Apache server chooses TLS1.2 for all request even when TLS1.2 is disabled in IE9 / Windows7
I'm lost as to why you're trying to disable TLS 1.2? You should be killing off all versions of SSL, and preferably also TLS 1.0, instead.