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Safety when disclosing hashes of secrets used to calculate other secrets
In my application, I am generating a big random number and publishing a SHA256 hash of it. After the hash it published (but not the secret), anyone can submit any number, and the system will calculate ...
Oct 19 '13 at 20:42
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