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Mar
14
revised Whether this PRG is secure or not
Updated question to use LaTex
Feb
28
revised Understanding WPA2 authentication in details
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Jan
28
revised Understanding the distinguisher for a PRG
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Dec
10
revised Are parts of a pseudorandom string also a pseudorandom string?
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Dec
9
revised Are parts of a pseudorandom string also a pseudorandom string?
added 304 characters in body
Nov
24
revised Key Derivation Function (KDF): Can a key derived from KDF be considered as a secure key?
added 72 characters in body
Nov
8
revised Diffie-Hellman using a different modulus on both sides
Converted question to use LaTex formatting. Please let me know if this corresponds to what you had in mind. I am not really sure I understood your last equation, because to me it seems like it was just the same expression on both sides. Is what I wrote now what you had in mind?
Sep
30
revised How can a Encrypt-And-MAC scheme be insecure if the encryption is CCA secure?
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Sep
30
revised How can a Encrypt-And-MAC scheme be insecure if the encryption is CCA secure?
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Aug
6
revised Why does WPA-PSK not use Diffie-Hellman key exchange?
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Aug
6
revised Why does WPA-PSK not use Diffie-Hellman key exchange?
Large update based on comments, discussing the benefit of DH.
Aug
6
revised Why does WPA-PSK not use Diffie-Hellman key exchange?
Large update based on comments, discussing the benefit of DH.
Aug
6
revised Why does WPA-PSK not use Diffie-Hellman key exchange?
Large update based on comments, discussing the benefit of DH.
Apr
19
revised Prove there is PRG that is not necessarily one-to-one
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Apr
10
revised Prove that if we redefine the key space, we can assume Gen chooses a key uniformly
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Apr
9
revised Prove that if we redefine the key space, we can assume Gen chooses a key uniformly
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Mar
20
revised MAC in SSH packet encryption, benefits to not including it?
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Jun
19
revised Flaw in the security definition of *Stateful* Authenticated Encryption?
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Jun
19
revised Flaw in the security definition of *Stateful* Authenticated Encryption?
Complete rewrite of the question, removing the distracting notion of length-hiding, and focusing on a different then previously.
Mar
20
revised McEliece key size
Mixed up the distance d of the code with t = (d-1) / 2