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revised What exactly is the base for the KECCAK (SHA3) claim that a security strength of 256 bits is “post-quantum sufficient”?
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revised How long does it take a quantum computer to brute force AES?
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revised Implementations of Ntru TLS
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revised Now that quantum computers have been out for a while, has RSA been cracked?
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comment Machine readable, user non-readable - XML file
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is about obfuscation, not cryptography.
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reviewed Close Use curve25519 for ElGamal crypto
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reviewed Close Less known hash functions producing 128 bit hash
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reviewed Leave Open Factoring large numbers
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reviewed Leave Open HMAC for encrypted authentication token: recommended iteration number
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comment Getting the encryption/has algorithm used for modem configuration file
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revised Getting the encryption/has algorithm used for modem configuration file
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reviewed Close Is algorithm with more than $2^{word size}$ words secure?
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comment Is algorithm with more than $2^{word size}$ words secure?
Do you assume that the wordsize is half the blocksize?
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comment HMAC definition by using only one key
@SEJPM I don't have any plans for writing an answer to this question.
Jun
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revised what is possibility of collision in djb2 function?
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comment what is possibility of collision in djb2 function?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because this isn't a cryptographic hash.
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reviewed Close Why is the public/private key length used in libsodium so much shorter than needed for RSA
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reviewed Leave Open Why recently Edward curve formulas being developed that deviates from unification?
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comment Program to generate a secure 128 bit key on a windows machine
@VincentAdvocaat You could ask on [softwarerec.se] or you could use my comment.
Jun
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comment Program to generate a secure 128 bit key on a windows machine
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's a software recommendation question and not about cryptography itself.