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Oct
24
comment Safest way (i.e. HTTPS, POST, PGP) to send decryption keys through the web?
@theGreenCabbage it really depends on the value of the data you are trying to protect.. The more its worth, the more more effort someone will spend trying to access it.
Oct
24
comment Safest way (i.e. HTTPS, POST, PGP) to send decryption keys through the web?
@theGreenCabbage obfuscation makes the code harder to trace. Basically instead of tracing good code with well named variables you need to trace code with variables called vs694658 and methods called gtykas67() it makes it a royal pain. Obfuscation has nothing to do with decryption.
Oct
24
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How can I correct html for missing closing tags in c# ?
Oct
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Oct
24
comment Safest way (i.e. HTTPS, POST, PGP) to send decryption keys through the web?
@Codism They can simply hack the client that reads the SQL DB (that is also installed Locally). Anyway you cut it, that client knows how to read the key and open the the DB. A simple code modification to the client makes a full data dump.
Oct
24
answered How can I correct html for missing closing tags in c# ?
Oct
24
comment Safest way (i.e. HTTPS, POST, PGP) to send decryption keys through the web?
HTTPS only protects from interception during devilry, Not after. It won't help his situation on bit.
Oct
24
answered Safest way (i.e. HTTPS, POST, PGP) to send decryption keys through the web?
Oct
22
comment Implementing set of processes in a stored procedure or through the code?
Yes, Fixed.....
Oct
22
revised Implementing set of processes in a stored procedure or through the code?
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Oct
22
answered Implementing set of processes in a stored procedure or through the code?
Oct
22
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
21
revised Get Info From Database, or Build Inferred Info?
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Oct
21
comment Get Info From Database, or Build Inferred Info?
Great Answer +1
Oct
21
answered Get Info From Database, or Build Inferred Info?
Oct
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Java “module” size
Oct
4
comment What are the reasons for great performance differences running the same program?
Also it may be that the program was loaded into to memory, or need some form of compilation on the first run.. so that made it slower. It not uncommon for the the first run of code to be slower than all subsequent runs.
Oct
4
comment What are the reasons for great performance differences running the same program?
+1, but just to this, if your program connects to a network (or the internet) for any reason, that could cause this as well.