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comment Why comparing two identical byte array takes different amount of time to complete ?
Thanks owlstead , i think that explains it to some extend:)
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accepted Why comparing two identical byte array takes different amount of time to complete ?
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comment Why comparing two identical byte array takes different amount of time to complete ?
If i were to hack into something, i wouldn't have bothered asking here:) I am trying to get the likelihood of achieving this on my application. as you saw i was testing both a secure and none secure version and was puzzled by the result of how the secure version is no different with the unsecured one in termes of result. Any way thanks
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comment Why comparing two identical byte array takes different amount of time to complete ?
Thanks Guffa, But i thought i should expect they are different to some extend, i can not comprehend how this timing atack is possible in internet! i couldnt get any meaningful difference in one system, How is it even possible to get the difference in internet!!
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comment Why comparing two identical byte array takes different amount of time to complete ?
Then how people in timing attacks can know the difference between the right and wrong password from remote places! i cant get a close result in a system , how is it even possible in Internet! I was just playing with the idea, wanted to see it, if they really differ.
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comment Why comparing two identical byte array takes different amount of time to complete ?
Thanks, But that doesn't help either, still for the same identical hashesh different times are generated!
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comment Why comparing two identical byte array takes different amount of time to complete ?
Thanks, But that doesn't help either, still for the same identical hashesh different times are generated!
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comment Cryptography .NET, Avoiding Timing Attack
It actually is no different rather than a normal one! as far as stopwatch is concerned in measuring the time !
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revised Does .Net itself have classes which cannot be inherited from?
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comment Does .Net itself have classes which cannot be inherited from?
Thankyou verymuch :)
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comment Does .Net itself have classes which cannot be inherited from?
Aha, :) that makes sense now, your thread example really makes sense. And thanks for the link:)
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comment Does .Net itself have classes which cannot be inherited from?
Rather than value types, such as int and structa, do you have any other example in mind?
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comment Does .Net itself have classes which cannot be inherited from?
!i know about sealed classes, im just loking for some examples in c# itself, something rather than value types and strucs wich are implicitly sealedCan you name some?
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