2019
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2018
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2016
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted Is it possible to use parallelism when computing a key derivation function for a single password/key?
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21
revised Unsafe C program accepting malicious string inputs
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revised Unsafe C program accepting malicious string inputs
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answered Unsafe C program accepting malicious string inputs
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awarded  Critic
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30
answered Why does this key get Base64 encoded prior to use?
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comment Is any systematic method that can detect weak cryptographic algorithm in source code
There are programming assistance/software synthesis methods being researched that can supposedly spot incorrect usage of an API in source code and "in theory" spot security vulnerabilities. However I have no idea what stage the research is at. wired.com/2014/11/darpa-pliny
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revised Is it possible to use parallelism when computing a key derivation function for a single password/key?
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asked Is it possible to use parallelism when computing a key derivation function for a single password/key?
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22
awarded  Custodian
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22
comment Can the NSA/FBI Recover Encrypted iPhone Contents by Decapping the Chips?
FBI claims they may be able to break into the phone without Apple's help, perhaps that's what they're going to try?
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21
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