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Aaron Toponce

Aaron Toponce

GNU/Linux system administrator and mathematician
Where Cryptographic Hashing Algorithms Fail -
Cryptographically Secure Pseudorandom Locally Administered Unicast MAC Addresses -
The Outrageous Fares Of The Utah Transit Authority -
What's The Matter With PGP? -
The Linux Random Number Generator -
Tor Versus Road Warrior -
Cryptographically Secure Passphrases In d-note -
Officially Announcing d-note Version 1.0 -
Visualizing the SHA1 of "toponce". Art night with my family tonight. -
OpenPGP Key Random Art, Now With ANSI Color Support -
Gunnar Glasses Review -
Analysis of RIPEMD-160 -
SHA3 (Keccak) in Linux -
The Core Problem With Ubuntu Releases - Little QA -
The Drunken Bishop For OpenPGP Keys -
Who can tell me what drive connector this is? I think it's Ultra320 SCSI, but I'm not sure. I have a computer that shreds hard drives, and occasionally I get these babies, with no ability to digitally shred them. I would like to find a PCI card that I can install in my machine, so I can hook them up easily, shred them, and unplug. -
Time Based One Time Passwords - How It Works -
Two Factor Authentication with OpenSSH -
Heartbleed And Your Passwords -
Live Tweeting of #ldsconf during General Conference -
Live Tweeting of #ldsconf during General Conference
Protect Against Bit Rot With Parchive -
Got my casino quality, precision dice in the mail today. Guaranteed to be unbiased within .0001 margin of error. The dice are serialized to show they belong to a set. Hard edges with sharp corners. Should be good for Diceware. :-) -
Creating Strong Passwords Without A Computer, Part III - Off The Grid -
Creating Strong Passwords Without A Computer, Part II - The PasswordCard -
Creating Strong Passwords Without A Computer, Part I - Diceware -
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