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How to use GCM mode and associated-data properly
I'm currently migrating a project to use the bouncy castle GCM mode. I understand that using an authenticated mode removes the need for a HMAC, however I want to be sure that I'm using this mode ...
Mar 16 '13 at 15:20
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