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I'm a UI/UX Designer in NYC.
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How can I remotely verify that a file is encrypted?
Awesome! I didn't know you could do that. But, is there a way to check this remotely? It seems like the check can only be run on the local machine. Is there any way to generate some kind of a certificate of encryption for the file? It's been pointed out that this setup may be susceptible to a TOCTOU attack. Is there any way around this?