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comment Algorithm accepting every passphrase to fool unlegit user
Plausible Deniable Encryption from Truecrypt seems like a 'light' version of the algorithms I mean. Because these algorithms accept any password and fool the attacker by display a 'valid looking cleartext'. All password inputs by the attacker will trigger decryption.
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Jan
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comment /dev/random only needed for key generation / CPU pattern encryption
You got me wrong on sidechannel attacks. I mean, can you break encryption if you only have the encrypted (external) harddrive and a powered-off computer (clean RAM) that probably was used to encrypt that (external) harddrive? Does the CPU leave a pattern inside the ciphertext that can be exploited - the way the CPU processed the encryption process.
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