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comment A timestamping authority (digital notary)
Not exactly helpful, but you can try to stack type 0x40 PGP signature packets together in one PGP key. Problem is, I don't know of any implementation that creates type 0x40 keys.
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comment What is the GnuPG process for going from a passphrase to a symmetric key?
@MichaelKjörling I think so.
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comment RC2, RC4, RC5 key length
pretty sure they have to be multiples of 8 bits
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comment How long to bruteforce a RSA key
crypto.stackexchange.com/questions/3043/…
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comment Where i can find an AES implementation in python?
What do you mean by reviewed? Tested with the NIST CMVP? I can provide a pure python AES implementation, but its just a learning tool, not meant for actual usage
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