High Security, Plausible Deniability and Two Factor Encryption: You’re the Weak Link – Digitalmunition




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    anonymous
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    High Security, Plausible Deniability and Two Factor Encryption: You’re the Weak Link

  • #336620

    14e21ec3

    Thing is. I don’t know any of my passwords. They’re all in a password manager and I access it with a hardware key. If shit hits the fan and I smash that key, ain’t nobody getting access no matter how much they beat me.

  • #336621

    F1F2F

    This is excellent! Thank you!

  • #336622

    Asdfg98765

    “Interesting” advice to recommend Serpent over AES, and Truecrypt over Veracrypt. Pretty sure this guy has no idea what he’s talking about.

  • #336623

    kjwon15

    Why not use veracrypt instead of truecrypt even truecrypt is discontinued

  • #336624

    VirtualMage

    4096 bit RSA with password: “1234”. Thats about 50% of users.

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