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How to stop Google search, by using “noindex” and “nofollow,” from offering options to private pages on a website

I have a family history website, call it "my_family.com". The primary file, index.php, has some introductory remarks of explanation and an html form into which one puts the website’s password (there’s a single password used by all family members). If one runs "my_family.com" and inserts the correct password and clicks on the "Submit" button, the php code in the file takes you to the first of several html files — call it "first.html," which gives one links to further html files. All of these files contain family trees, copies of letters, photos, reminiscences, obituaries, etc., and none of which should be available to non-family-members. I soon found out found that if one put the phrase "my_family.com" into the Google search window (whether on computer of smartphone), one got a list of options, not just a Login option but about eight to ten 3-4 word excerpts from html files on the website; and if one clicked on any of these latter options, one bypassed the password process and was taken directly to other files on the website, i.e., files that should never be publicly revealed.
What I’ve done to avoid such access is to create a cookie in the original index.php file. If the user inserts the correct password, the cookie is set to "passwordCorrect" Each subsequent html file then checks whether the cookie has that value before the user is allowed to move on Putting in the cookies has solved the problem of public access, but nevertheless a Google search still shows the 3-4 word excerpts. I have tried to stop Google search from doing this by putting into the header section of first.html: ”” (without the outer quotes). But that has been in the file for about three weeks and has proved useless. I tried using Google Search Console to get Google to make an early "crawl" of the file my_family.com, but am frustrated by the lack of examples about how to use it, and don’t think I succeeded. Maybe I should be asking for a crawl of the file my_family.com/first.html, instead of the basic my_family.com website? I’d appreciate any advice anyone has about this. For example, how do I determine when the last crawl was, when can I expect the next crawl, is the meta tag in the correct file, etc? Thanks

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Why can’t we encrypt the message with sender’s private key and receiver’s public key in case of sending messages through a server?

I read that why do we need E2EE and can’t rely only on HTTPS for sending messages through a messaging app. The reason which i understood is when sender sends the message to the server, the TLS connection is associated with the server. TLS terminates at the server and whoever controls the server has the ability to view the messages since they are not encrypted.But, In this process when we send a message to the server, we are firstly encrypting the message with sender’s private key and then with server’s public key.

My question is why can’t we encrypt the message with sender’s private key and then receiver’s public key? In this way, even if it reaches server, it won’t be able to view anything since it can only be decrypted using receiver’s private key.

If this is possible, then why do we use methods like Diffie Hellman key exchange?

“Your connection is not private” for specific website, once when opening a new tab

Like many, since March, I’ve been working from home and using the company’s VPN to do my work.

Recently, if I open a new tab in Chrome, and navigate to "news.bbc.co.uk", I got the aforementioned error, with the supplemental information being:

Attackers might be trying to steal your information from news.bbc.co.uk.x.878874e0029b7043d30ab470050dec81a4e1.9270fd51.id.opendns.com (for example, passwords, messages, or credit cards). Learn more

  • This only happened when I opened a new tab.
  • It did not happen for any other site that I visited, just the BBC.
  • When I opened a new tab, and typed https://news.bbc.co.uk it (correctly) had no issue.
  • After forcing https as above, opening a new tab and just typing news.bbc.co.uk it worked.
  • A few minutes later, just typing news.bbc.co.uk once again causes a Privacy Error.

I was wondering why this is just happening to the BBC site, and no others, and what the redirect URL means (with OpenDNS). When it fails, this is what is in the address bar:

https://news.bbc.co.uk.x.878874e0029b7043d30ab470050dec81a4e1.9270fd51.id.opendns.com/h/news.bbc.co.uk/?X-OpenDNS-Session=_878874e0029b7043d30ab470050dec81a4e19270fd51_eMU5iVa1_

openssl: How to configure private key size for secp256k1

I am trying to understand if it’s possible to configure a private key size for the given curve.

openssl ecparam -name secp256k1 -genkey  -----BEGIN EC PARAMETERS----- BgUrgQQACg== -----END EC PARAMETERS----- -----BEGIN EC PRIVATE KEY----- MHQCAQEEIMda3jdFuTnGd2Y9s9lZiQJXKSpxBp6WQWcurn4FnYogoAcGBSuBBAAK oUQDQgAEI272v3lIoVkLZEbsJ/1l6Wfqbk8ZeybzzhtUN60EOhCRsR8rOLAIbbDl ncOT1vtzEj5NZxQEYdopFMb10CfccQ 

Was trying to read openssl documentation to see how to configure the length of the private key but failed to find anything regarding it. Could you advise?

In a machine learning system, why use differentially private SGD if our input data is already perturbed by a DP mechanism?

I’m trying to implement my own version of a deep neural network with differential privacy to preserve the privacy of the parties involved in the training dataset.

I’m using the method by Abadi et al. proposed in their seminal paper Deep Learning with Differential Privacy as the basis of my implementation. Now I have trouble understanding one thing in this paper. In their method, they propose a differentially private SGD optimisation function and they use an accountant to keep their privacy budget expenditure during each iteration. All of this makes sense: every time you query the data, you need to add controlled noise to it to mitigate the risk of leakage. But before they begin the training process, they add a differentially private PCA layer and filter their data through it.

My confusion is about why we do need to have DP-SGD after this (or the other way around, why DP-PCA when we’re already ensuring DP with our DP-SDG method). I mean, based on post-processing principle, if a mechanism is say (epsilon)-DP, any function performed on the output of that mechanism is also (epsilon)-DP. Now since we’re already applying an (epsilon)-differentially private PCA mechanism on our data, why do we need to have the whole DP-SGD process after that? I understand the problem with local DP and why it’s much more efficient to do global DP on the model instead of the training data, but I’m wondering if we’re already applying DP during the training phase, is it really necessary for the PCA to be DP as well or could we have just used normal DP or another dimensionality reduction method?

What usually happens to the symmetric (session) key after decrypting an email? Can the key be recovered if changing private keys?

I’ve been preparing for a CISSP exam and was reading about applied cryptography in regard to email.

It’s my understanding that the popular schemes (PGP,S/Mime) use a combination of asymmetric and symmetric cryptography. If I’m reading things correctly, in S/MIME, the message is encrypted using a sender generated symmetric key. In turn, the symmetric key is encrypted using the receiver’s public key.

Encrypted Email

If the receiver changed their private key, they would no longer be able to decrypt the message. However, I was wondering if it was possible to recover the symmetric key from when the email was previously opened?

My guess would be that the email client does not intentionally store the key since that would present a security risk. Just wanted to see if that actually occurs or if there’s something I’m missing.