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accepted Right swipe on contact defaulting to internet calls
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Nov
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answered Is it reasonably safe to use PIN code for encryption?
Oct
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revised Right swipe on contact defaulting to internet calls
I was calling my work-around a solution, that's wrong.
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revised Right swipe on contact defaulting to internet calls
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answered Right swipe on contact defaulting to internet calls
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Sep
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comment Is it reasonably safe to use PIN code for encryption?
Using a key derivation function like PBKDF2 does seem like good news, but a typical 4 digit pin is still only 10000 possible combinations.
Sep
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comment Is it reasonably safe to use PIN code for encryption?
+1, I'm totally with you @ChristopherKäck That decision makes no sense, google engineers should have known better, hope they fix it soon.
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