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Security by obscurity - whats the equivalent for deleting data?
Unsure if I'm asking this in the right place but here goes: Security by Obscurity is the process of making data so obscure it therefore becomes secure as no one can read/understand it. My question ...
Dec 15 '10 at 15:41
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