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  1. In Topic: Burn After Reading

    Posted 19 May 2015

    View Postjon.kiparsky, on 20 May 2015 - 02:17 AM, said:

    I'm not sure I see the utility of this. First of all, why are you communicating passwords to other people? (why aren't they empowered to set their own passwords?) And if you need to send secure communications, why don't you have their public key, which would make this sort of moot?


    Thanks for taking a look :)

    Because sometimes when e.g. developing an application in a team or so I need to communicate passwords/api keys etc. Other times I am the sysadmin and the user might not have an ability to set his/her own password in the application.

    I don't have their public key, because they never created a public key. And I don't expect the average user to be capable of doing so. That would be optimal if I could just send a PGP mail to them, but people barely use it.

    This is not meant as a replacement to anything like PGP, except maybe sending passwords in plaintext.

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    NotarySojac Icon

    01 Sep 2011 - 11:37
    awesome, I'm glad!
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    Tethik Icon

    30 Aug 2011 - 08:57
    You're free to use it as you wish NotarySojac. Credits are nice of course but I would only ask for a small notice.
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    NotarySojac Icon

    29 Aug 2011 - 15:41
    Hey, I'm posting it now at http://www.dreamincode.net/forums/topic/245363-sudoku-on-rails-code-critiques-plz/
    Let me know if you'd like anything changed or removed, I'd be more than happy to remove it when you get this. ttyl
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    NotarySojac Icon

    29 Aug 2011 - 12:42
    Hey Tethik,
    Remember that Sudoku challenge that you participated in? Can I use your code in an upcoming, open source demo project I'm about to make a post for? You shall certainly be credited, and only minor adjustments were made to your Sudoku.rb to allow it to interpret puzzles directly on the command line.
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