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Is it safe to use file's hash as IV?
I'm encrypting some files using AES in CBC mode. I'm also using file's digest (SHA-1) to check that data is decrypted correctly (so I need to store it with file). Is it safe to use this digest as ...
Sep 8 '12 at 18:49
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