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They are very different. There is only a very slight overlap, certainly, but that overlap on this site is only about the practical implementation of cryptography. From our faq: IT Security Stack Exchange is for Information Security professionals to discuss protecting assets from threats and vulnerabilities. Topics include, but are not limited to: ...


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Where the implementation is something a security professional has to be aware of, then this should be on-topic, however if it is the case that the question is purely a coding one (ie it isn't about security decisions, but is about coding or configuration) then I would feel it would be offtopic here, but possibly better served on SO, SF, SU or even one of the ...


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Yes - beta sites do not show up in the list of migration options, so for those, just flag for a mod and list which site you think they should be sent to. Once it is out of beta, it can be added to our migration list - judging by our stats it probably will...I think we get up to 4 destinations.


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There have been cases where I have migrated based on that model and it has been rejected. Although, I am happy to start fresh and see where we need to find a happy medium.


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As discussed in chat - the question had a close vote and a flag for migration to Crypto. I saw that it wasn't on topic here as currently worded, as there is nothing in it on risk management, and if anything is an opinion piece on how to decide when you are capable of writing your own crypto. I followed the flag for migration, hoping it would be better served ...


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