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How realistic is a dictionary attack on a secure remote password protocol (SRP) verifier?
I'm deploying a secure remote password protocol implementation and I'm wondering what the consequences are when the client generated verifier gets leaked to an attacker. I've read Thomas Wu's paper ...
Mar 20 '12 at 23:29
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