Re: imperva.com fake certificate?
If you didn't knew before, there is no such a thing as HTTPS-protected for capable parties.
Also, OpenVPN-grade encryption is child's game.
10 posts • joined 22 Jun 2021
QUOTE: "The idea that a decryptor can hold 'all the keys' is too fancyful. Must be more to the story."
No, its not fancy, it is technically viable and has been done in the past already (I believe I read it somewhere).
Supposing 4000 systems were infected and each key has 512 bytes in size, it will add 200Kb to the final .EXE size to hold all the keys, plus the extra algorithm part to test each key for 1 file, succeeding, use that key in the rest of the encrypted files.
QUOTE: "It is not known what the animals involved have done to induce the ire of the world's mightiest air force"
TIP: Animals sometimes are really intelligent. While still struggling to keep up-to-date with their Russian counterpart in Hypersonic capabilities, we all recommend carefulness to all parts involved.
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