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Lately there haven’t been much talk surrounding the dreaded media crisis where newspapers are losing a truckload of revenue and sacking people left, right and centre.
The common analogy used to describe modular arithmetic is fairly simple. All one has to do is look at an analog clock. For example, if it’s 11 AM and you want to know what time it will be in four hours, we instinctively know the answer is 3 PM. 1,232 more words
Handshakes with PFS
Perfect-forward secrecy precludes decrypting past traffic which was collected passively earlier. But we still can pull off a real-time active attack with the help of our friend CloudFlare. 901 more words