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The Big Book of Truly Random Passwords By John Snape
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The purpose of this book is to provide the reader with random strings of letters, numbers, and symbols to use as truly random passwords. The randomness comes from atmospheric noise, which for many... More > purposes is better than the pseudo-random number algorithms typically used in computer programs. It contains thirty-three thousand, three hundred, thirty-three random strings of letters (majuscule and minuscule), digits, and symbols, thirty-two characters in length each, split into eight-character segments.< Less
the password is 'girlpants' By Lord Mitz
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i asked people i know to give me a word. just a word. then i took those words and made a quick illustration for each one. some are silly, some are cute, some thoughtful, some bizarre. and this is... More > what came out. if you buy this, ninjas will like you more. and squirrels will stop glaring at you in the street. for a day, maybe. two, tops.< Less
The Little Book of Ubuntu Crypto Tools, 1st ed. By Jacek Artymiak
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Ubuntu ships with an excellent set of Open Source cryptographic tools whose main component is the OpenSSL library and the openssl(1) command-line interpreter. If you need reliable cryptographic tools... More > on a Linux system, you will find them in Ubuntu. 1. Introduction. 2. Getting to Know OpenSSL. 2.1. Checking OpenSSL Version and Configuration. 3. Testing SSL Connections. 3.1. How fast is my computer? 3.2. How fast is that remote SSL server? 3.3. Faking it. 4. Running SSL-enabled Apache. 4.1. Testing Certificates with Apache. 4.2. Retrieving Remote Certificates. 4.3. Verifying the Certificate. 5. Working with Message Digests. 6. Base64-Encoding. 7. Encrypting and Decrypting Files. 7.1. Selecting the Right Cipher. 7.2. Encoding Encrypted Files. 8. Using OpenSSL to Generate Passwords. 9. OpenSSL Utility Commands. 9.1. Prime Number Testing. 9.2. Random Numbers. 10. OpenSSH Keys. 10.1. Generating OpenSSH Keys.< Less
The Little Book of OpenBSD Crypto Tools, 1st ed. By Jacek Artymiak
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A short guide to the OpenBSD cryptographic tools (OpenSSL, swap encryption, partition encryption). Learn how to use OpenSSL to debug your SSL servers, how to use SSL certificates, encryption, and... More > more! 1. Introduction. 2. Getting to Know OpenSSL. 2.1. Checking OpenSSL Version and Configuration. 3. Testing SSL Connections. 3.1. How fast is my computer? 3.2. How fast is that remote SSL server? 3.3. Faking it. 4. Running SSL-enabled Apache. 4.1. Testing Certificates with Apache. 4.2. Retrieving Remote Certificates. 4.3. Verifying the Certificate. 5. Working with Message Digests. 6. Base64-Encoding. 7. Encrypting and Decrypting Files. 7.1. Selecting the Right Cipher. 7.2. Encoding Encrypted Files. 8. Using OpenSSL to Generate Passwords. 9. OpenSSL Utility Commands. 9.1. Prime Number Testing. 9.2. Random Numbers. 10. OpenSSH Keys. 10.1. Generating OpenSSH Keys. 11. Encrypting the Swap Partition. 12. Encrypting Partitions.< Less

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