The Password-Based Key Derivation Function 2 (PBKDF2) is a method of securely deriving encryption keys from a passphrase entered by a user. It features an iteration count that can be deliberately adjusted (key stretching) to slow down brute force password guessing attacks.

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Computing IV for CBC from PBKDF2 + HKDF

Note that this question is somewhat similar to Can I use my random IV (for AES) as a salt for PBKDF2? My current encryption format computes two random PBKDF2 salts (encryption and HMAC, 8 bytes each) ...
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AES file encryption with PBKDF2. Safe parameters?

I'm developing an application that will use public key authentication to contact some webservice. So the user has his keypair on his computer, and I want that file to be encrypted using AES with a key ...
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Retrieving password from a secret key?

I recently posted this question here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/22371966/retrieving-the-password-from-a-secret-key asking about retrieving the password encrypted by "PBKDF2WithHmacSHA512" ...
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How can PBKDF2 be used to hash passphrases for ed25519 signing keys?

In trying to find a javascript implementation of ed25519, I came across this which says: The input must be 32 bytes long. As Brian Warner puts it, "Ed25519 keys start life as a 32-byte (256-bit) ...