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Apr
26
comment Download went much faster than my connection speed
What was the file size approximately anyway? Assuming that you are not using a local proxy, I don't think that the WiFi matters much.
Apr
26
comment Wrong date format in IE 11 but correct in Microsoft Edge
Well, Icelandic... More like most of the world. This could be due to a localization related setting.
Apr
14
comment Keepass 2.32 on Windows 10, keyboard inputs gibberish after restart
@SmokeDispenser There only seems to be one lowercase i in there. Faster to simply correct that one mistake (my edits still need peer review...)
Mar
9
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
14
comment Recover Deleted Encrypted File With Certificate
@Xavierjazz D'oh! Amended :)
Feb
14
revised Recover Deleted Encrypted File With Certificate
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Feb
14
answered Recover Deleted Encrypted File With Certificate
Jan
17
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
30
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Nov
28
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Nov
28
accepted View past notifications in Windows 10?
Nov
28
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
22
comment Generate RSA2 key in OpenSSH format
@dave_thompson_085 Ugh, I've tried to include your comments. Feel free to edit or to provide an answer yourself. It's some time since I handled SSH, but I thought I could take a look at the keys and answer myself. Didn't expect equivalence between OpenSSL and OpenSSH though.
Oct
22
revised Generate RSA2 key in OpenSSH format
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Oct
22
revised Generate RSA2 key in OpenSSH format
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Oct
22
answered Generate RSA2 key in OpenSSH format
Oct
16
comment Can I get a fingerprint of an ec key, using openssl?
@otus That may not be the case for the entire encoded key, presuming it contains at least the name (or OID) of the domain parameters or even worse, the parameters themselves (+ ASN.1 overhead).
Sep
16
comment Using OpenSSL and nmichaels.org/rsa.py respectively get the different encrypted results
@RobertNACIRI The result of PKCS#1 compliant RSA should be big endian, and the OpenSSL BigNum methods are big endian as well if I'm not mistaken.
Sep
15
comment Using OpenSSL and nmichaels.org/rsa.py respectively get the different encrypted results
possible duplicate of OpenSSL RSA same plaintext but different ciphertext
Aug
28
comment Is it safe to hot dock?
Sounds like a load of BS to me...