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Which is more secure using a CSPRNG for a One-time pad, or AES?
In reading about the One-time pad it appears to need truly random key for the pad. Since true random values are not practical to generate this presents a problem (thus making One-time pad less ...
Sep 19 '12 at 21:07
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