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bio website lamontconsulting.com
location New York, NY
age 38
visits member for 3 years, 5 months
seen Jan 21 at 12:40

SSL isn't good enough. Your website can be hacked.
Help solve the problem by advocating these RFCs:

TLSA (formerly DANE for DNS) Fixes the hackable CA problem

TLS-OBC: Fixes TLS, and the Related Domain Cookie Attack


About me
I have no relation to the above sites; I am just an advocate

Why "makerofthings7"? It's a challenge to "make seven things in my life of significant quality and value". Who knows if those things will take the form of software, art, or people. (I'm not married, no kids yet)

See ...my LinkedIn profile


Nov
17
suggested approved edit on
Nov
17
wiki
Nov
17
accepted Is the CBC weakness in XML Encryption a new discovery? Are other applications vulnerable?
Nov
17
suggested approved edit on
Nov
17
wiki
Nov
17
asked Advanced Access Content System (AACS) and Subset Difference techniques for Broadcast Encryption
Oct
31
accepted How common are SEED certificates outside of Korea? When is support required?
Oct
23
asked Is the CBC weakness in XML Encryption a new discovery? Are other applications vulnerable?
Oct
11
awarded  Teacher
Oct
10
comment How common are SEED certificates outside of Korea? When is support required?
I wonder how that relates to IIS or Apache, or my load balancer. Or do I misunderstand where the SEED encryption takes place, and its requirements? Is nothing special required serverside?
Oct
10
comment How common are SEED certificates outside of Korea? When is support required?
Does that mean I need to support SEED on my server to support South Korean users?
Oct
10
revised When is an asymmetric scheme considered broken?
added 19 characters in body
Oct
10
awarded  Supporter
Oct
10
awarded  Scholar
Oct
10
accepted When is an asymmetric scheme considered broken?
Oct
10
asked When is an asymmetric scheme considered broken?
Oct
10
awarded  Student
Oct
10
awarded  Editor
Oct
10
comment How do other, non-RSA algorithms, compare to the PKCS #1 standard?
@PaŭloEbermann Starting with #1 as I believe that relates most to TLS/SSL.
Oct
10
revised How do other, non-RSA algorithms, compare to the PKCS #1 standard?
added 44 characters in body; edited tags; edited title