Key generation is the process of generating keys for cryptographic purposes.

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How exactly is the output of the XOR step in PBKDF2 used?

I'm attempting to diagram PBKDF2 for a school project and I'm not 100% sure how to represent the XOR step. Specifically, I'm confused as to whether the output of the XOR step is used in subsequent ...
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Issue about randomness : what if random looks “human” ? [closed]

I read a lot of stuffs about entropy/randomness. But what if a random generator (either digits or strings) once output a "human" patern ? I know it is very unlikely to happen, but if a random code ...
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Problem with Python Implementation of Key Exchange part OTR Protocol

Being new to software development and crypto in general, I thought I would write a simple p2p encrypted chat app using the otr protocol detailed here: https://otr.cypherpunks.ca/Protocol-v3-4.0.0.html ...
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Generating the keys for the RSA cryptosystem in probabilistic polynomial time

In general every public key cryptosystem ``has'' a probabilistic polynomial time algorithm $G$ such that $G(1^k)=(\textrm{public key}, \textrm{private key=trapdoor})$; $G$ is called the key generator. ...
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State of the art RSA key generation

I would like to know if there is an algorithm to generate a RSA key at the state of the art of the present cryptanalysis. Beside the key lenght I know there are some weakness in the choice of prime ...