2017
Sep
18
comment How Secure Would Client Side Sha-512 Be In JavaScript
@dandavis, what did you mean?
Sep
18
awarded  Supporter
Sep
17
comment How Secure Would Client Side Sha-512 Be In JavaScript
What do you mean? And by I do you mean you or me?
Sep
15
comment How Secure Would Client Side Sha-512 Be In JavaScript
@paj28 and yeah, it wouldn't be that useful for real world application. Just made it for an excercise for my friend
Sep
15
comment How Secure Would Client Side Sha-512 Be In JavaScript
Alright, thank you! Mind putting this as an answer so I can give you the reputation you deserve?
Sep
15
asked How Secure Would Client Side Sha-512 Be In JavaScript
Aug
14
accepted How Can Someone Do A Denial Of Service Attack With JavaScript
Aug
11
awarded  Student
Aug
10
asked How Can Someone Do A Denial Of Service Attack With JavaScript
May
26
comment How Can I Tell If A Denial-Of-Service Attack Is Working/Would This Attack Work?
I'm not sure, this answer is great
May
26
accepted How Can I Tell If A Denial-Of-Service Attack Is Working/Would This Attack Work?
May
26
awarded  Editor
May
26
revised How Can I Tell If A Denial-Of-Service Attack Is Working/Would This Attack Work?
deleted 10 characters in body
May
26
asked How Can I Tell If A Denial-Of-Service Attack Is Working/Would This Attack Work?
May
18
accepted What Kind of Site Would I Need To DDOS
May
18
comment What Kind of Site Would I Need To DDOS
Thanks @Matthew, 2 questions. First of all, would turning on something like Cache Killer stop that from happening and secondly, what could I do in JavaScript? And would any of these work:github.com/ninja25538/JavaScript-Based-DDOS/blob/master‌​/main.js
May
17
asked What Kind of Site Would I Need To DDOS
May
16
awarded  Scholar
May
16
accepted Would Attacking An ISIS Website Be Illegal
May
16
awarded  Autobiographer