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How does a key wrapping like RFC 3394 secure my cryptographic keys?
So I'm messing around in the BouncyCastle library with the RFC 3394 AES Key Wrap engine and I'm trying to understand the benefit of it. The problem I'm running into is how to store keys securely on a ...
Oct 31 '11 at 14:52
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