[hemmerling] Data Privacy - Encryption, Passwords, Trust

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My personal Involvement

  • My first PGP certificate is of 1998-03-16, created with “PGPfreeware 5.0i” :-).

Anonymous Surfing

Services

Tools

Browser Plugins for Privacy

Plugins

Resources

Encryption

Tools

Keyservers used by OpenPGP

  1. pool.sks-keyservers.net → “pool.sks-keyservers.net”.
  2. subkeys.pgp.net → “subkeys.pgp.net”.
  3. sks.mit.edu → “sks.mit.edu”.

Resources

Passwords

Personal Unblocking Code ( PUC ) / Personal Unblocking Key ( PUK ) / SuperPIN vs. Personal Identification Number ( PIN )

Windows Password Recovery Tools

  • The OpenSource SourceForge "Ophcrack", SourceForge "Ophcrack". The software is booted from a CD/DVD.
    • I run it successfully on a WinXP PC with Pentium-1, 256 MB RAM, IDE harddisk, IDE CD-ROM, by selecting the configuration “Ophcrack Graphics Mode - low RAM” :-).
    • *Operation failed on a WinXP PC with Pentium-1, 128 MB RAM, by the error message: “Unpacking initramfs. . . <0> Kernel panic - no syncing: Out of memory and no killable processes”
  • The OpenSource PC Login Now. The software is booted from a CD/DVD.
    • Operation failed on a WinXP PC with Pentium-1, 256 MB RAM, by the error message: “Kernel panic - no syncing: Attempted to kill init!”
  • The commercial Kon-Boot & the outdated free Kon-Boot V2.0. Operation failed on a german WinXP PC with Pentium-1, 256 MB RAM, IDE harddisk, IDE CD-ROM, by the german WinXP error message:

Windows NT hat nicht genügend Erweiterungsspeicher gefunden. Zur Ausführung von Windows NT werden 7 MB Erweiterungsspeicher benötigt. Sie müssen evtl. Ihren Computer aufrüsten oder ein Konfigurationsprogramm des Herstellers ausführen.
Speichertabelle
00000000 - 0008E00

  • The OpenSource Offline NT Password & Registry Editor. The software is booted from a CD/DVD or a floppy disk. Operation failed on a WinXP PC with Pentium-1, 256 MB RAM, IDE harddisk, IDE CD-ROM by the error message: “Boot failed: please change disks and press a key to continue”.

SSH

Tools

  • SourceForge "OpenSSH for Windows", SourceForge "OpenSSH for Windows" - “Before starting the OpenSSH service you MUST edit the C:\Program Files (x86)\OpenSSH\etc\passwd file. If you don't do this, you will not be able to log in through the SSH server. Please read the readme.txt or quickstart.txt file for information regarding proper setup of the passwd file”.

Password Phrase

Resources

Trust Services

Literature

Resources

Data Privacy

Encryption

Passwords

Forums, Newsgroups

Appropriate OpenDirectory Directory Pages

 
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