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Is using a predictable IV with CFB mode safe or not?
While writing this answer, I noted that NIST SP 800-38A says that (emphasis mine): "For the CBC and CFB modes, the IVs must be unpredictable. In particular, for any given plaintext, it must not be ...
Aug 11 '12 at 13:17
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