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CRIME Attack Uses Compression Ratio of TLS Requests as Side Channel to Hijack Secure Sessions (threatpost)

CRIME Attack Uses Compression Ratio of TLS Requests as Side Channel to Hijack Secure Sessions (threatpost)

Posted Sep 14, 2012 10:00 UTC (Fri) by paulj (subscriber, #341)
In reply to: CRIME Attack Uses Compression Ratio of TLS Requests as Side Channel to Hijack Secure Sessions (threatpost) by paulj
Parent article: CRIME Attack Uses Compression Ratio of TLS Requests as Side Channel to Hijack Secure Sessions (threatpost)

Edit: s/*all* strongly motivated to exclude any new entrants/*none* have a financial motivation to include new entrants/

(if they have a motivation to exclude then 2b clearly becomes true, oops ;) ).


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Editing posts..

Posted Sep 14, 2012 10:17 UTC (Fri) by geertj (subscriber, #4116) [Link]

A request to our grumpy editor: will we see editing of comments for spelling/other mistakes in the site at some point? It's pretty annoying to see these correction posts (and i've had to do those myself as well in the past).

Editing posts..

Posted Sep 14, 2012 10:52 UTC (Fri) by hummassa (subscriber, #307) [Link]

Facebook solved the "historical revisionism" problem with editing in a really nice way: if you edit a post, the old version is just invisible, and it's still accessible via a "edited/show edition history" button/link.


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