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[...] the only one that is listed (secp256k1) are marked as unsafe. Some of the others are there too. NIST P-224 is the same curve as secp224r1, and similarly for P-256 and P-384. Those are marked unsafe as well. Assuming we trust djb, are the elliptic curves that are currently supported by this reasonably new version of OpenSSL (and therefore ...


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ECB is not secure even with per file keys, because if two blocks of the file are identical, this is visible in the ciphertext. The only * cases where ECB is secure is encrypting completely random data or encrypting a single block per key. You should pick something more secure if your can help it. If there is literally no other option than RC4 and AES ECB, ...



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