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Software enthusiast, android application developer, technical writer and open source contributor.

I have worked on a broad range of software systems, but I focus mainly on HTML5 based J2EE Enterprise applications and native android application development at present. I have experience with Rich Internet Applications based on the Flash platform using Adobe Flex in the recent past.

I read technical articles, android api reference, design and UX in my spare time and have published a few apps on the play store.


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comment Why are RSA key sizes almost always a power of two?
maybe it has to do with being the powers of 2?
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accepted How can my application make sure the right symmetric key is used for decryption?
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comment How can my application make sure the right symmetric key is used for decryption?
Here's what I understood, correct me if I am wrong. For encryption, create a random key and encrypt the PlainText. Then encrypt this key with the user entered password and store it. So while decrypting, I have to decrypt the saved key using the User provided password. So how can I know the decrypted key is same as the one generated during Encryption. It is a random key, right?