27 votes

Steam's login method is kinda interesting

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    HoolaBoola
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    I really liked that article. No real conclusion, not even a problem to solve, really. Just a nerd's curiosity about some strange thing they found.

    I really liked that article. No real conclusion, not even a problem to solve, really. Just a nerd's curiosity about some strange thing they found.

    8 votes
    1. drannex
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      As these posts should be, such a great and interesting read. I love the historical relevance and context they threw in there. I would be surprised if Steam Security doesn't send an email offering...

      As these posts should be, such a great and interesting read. I love the historical relevance and context they threw in there. I would be surprised if Steam Security doesn't send an email offering an interview.

      5 votes
  2. vord
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    It's really quite brilliant, simply because it stood a test of time than most other encryption on their own wouldn't. At this point they should probably upgrade to an ed25519 key though.

    It's really quite brilliant, simply because it stood a test of time than most other encryption on their own wouldn't.

    At this point they should probably upgrade to an ed25519 key though.

    2 votes