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A set of key pairs and one hash to secure them
I have a simple problem: I have a set of users' ECDSA key pairs, and say I want to encrypt them with a simple algorithm. I have access to one variable that uniquely identifies the user, so I hash it ...
Sep 27 '11 at 14:22
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