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IV/Nonce in CTR&GCM mode of operation
We know reusing IV can compromise our secrecy. I have some questions aiming to clarify the use of an IV/Nonce in CTR/GCM: Is it OK to use the same key for encrypting plain-texts in authenticated ...
Feb 17 at 8:21
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