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Deriving Keys for Symmetric Encryption and Authentication
So here's the concept. Rather than storing 2 keys and using a random IV, which presents its own problems (key rotation, ensuring no key is used in more than 2^32 cycles, sharing the keys, etc), is it ...
Dec 8 '12 at 14:57
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