[GPC] owasp inquiry

Thomas Brennan tomb at owasp.org
Fri Oct 7 14:55:09 EDT 2011

https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Denmark  they can provide local help.

Ulf can you make contact with this local firm?

On Oct 7, 2011, at 1:43 PM, Kate Hartmann wrote:

> I had sent this out on 8/5 but did not receive any feedback.  Are there any suggestions for this inquiry or should I remove it as spam?
> Dear Sir/Madam,
> I have an inquiry re. the the tls/ssl protocols.
> I am the sole owner of a company, which has twice been subjected to serious industrial espionage. The first time the hackers faltered as I detected the attack immedeatly. I was then using the Mac 0S 10.3 platform which is very difficult to encompass for hackers. I put up a new firewall and the áttack was stopped.
> I am presently subjected to a new very vicious attack. The company has developed more successful products, and as the word got around the attack started within days. My familiy is trying to bring on a hostile company take-over.
> For months I have had only public PC's to work on - I am presently writing from one - and of course they are not secure. I myself quite often close my public e-mails when they are being hacked and you should in no way write to the e-mail giving in the Your e-Mail slot.
> The question goes as follows: Is there any tsl/ssl auth, which would make it possisble for me to encrypt the browsers I log into without the browser has yet been set up to the above encryption codes? I am asking here if there is a sort of ad-hoc encryption which the end-user is able to use in order to provide secure inf.transport?
> The encryption.google.com/beta is not the answer to this question as there are more problems with the browser.
> If you see fit to answer this question pls call me from a phone number which is not "private" and which I am therefore able to call back from my cell phone.
> Best,
> Charlotte Krogager White/
> Charlotte Krogager Hvid
> Denmark
> + 4560845921
> Kate Hartmann
> Operations Director
> 301-275-9403
> www.owasp.org
> Skype:  Kate.hartmann1
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