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reviewed Close Less known hash functions producing 128 bit hash
Jun
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reviewed Leave Open Factoring large numbers
Jun
28
reviewed Leave Open HMAC for encrypted authentication token: recommended iteration number
Jun
27
comment Getting the encryption/has algorithm used for modem configuration file
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Jun
27
revised Getting the encryption/has algorithm used for modem configuration file
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Jun
27
reviewed Close Is algorithm with more than $2^{word size}$ words secure?
Jun
27
comment Is algorithm with more than $2^{word size}$ words secure?
Do you assume that the wordsize is half the blocksize?
Jun
26
comment Why does HMAC use two different keys?
@SEJPM I don't have any plans for writing an answer to this question.
Jun
25
reviewed Close Why is the public/private key length used in libsodium so much shorter than needed for RSA
Jun
25
reviewed Leave Open Why develop Edward curve formulas that deviate from unification?
Jun
25
revised Why is HMAC-SHA1 still considered secure?
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Jun
25
comment Why is HMAC-SHA1 still considered secure?
@user93353 Depends on what you want to achieve. Of course no unkeyed hash is a MAC.
Jun
25
comment Why is HMAC-SHA1 still considered secure?
@user93353 Like I said, the security of HMAC-SHA1 depends on the unknown key. If there is no key or it is known to the attacker, the collisions in SHA1 become a threat. But SHA1 should rarely be used in designs, since there are better alternatives available.
Jun
25
reviewed No Action Needed Why in Android kernel CSPRNG state is saved?
Jun
25
reviewed Reviewed If you have a file and XOR every bit with a random bit, can you extract any information?
Jun
25
comment Why is HMAC-SHA1 still considered secure?
Should we close this as a duplicate of Is HMAC-MD5 considered secure for authenticating encrypted data?? While this question is about SHA1, not MD5, the answer is nearly the same.
Jun
25
answered Why is HMAC-SHA1 still considered secure?
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Jun
24
reviewed Approve Are factorization algorithms parallelizable?