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Jun
22
comment PGP solution for Mac that doesn't store keys on my system?
You must have a public key to which people can encrypt. You must have a private key with which you would send an encrypted message. Both of these actions requires you to have a key, which should probably be stored for a while. You can encrypt and password protect these keys. Look into gpg from the command line. Or, join us on keybase and use the simple-as-heck CLI tool provided.
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22
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comment Possible ECC backdoor and its impact on Internet traffic
Wired.com | Hale's AMS Paper | Shumow-Ferguson Paper
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Jul
18
answered Length of data to hash for PGP
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Jul
18
revised Why is elliptic curve cryptography not widely used, compared to RSA?
Cleaned up the link formatting.
Jul
18
revised What is an efficient random number generation algorithm
Title: grammar
Jul
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suggested approved edit on Why is elliptic curve cryptography not widely used, compared to RSA?
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suggested approved edit on What is an efficient random number generation algorithm
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Jun
20
comment GPG/PGP Verification of Revocation
The key was revoked using the revocation cert and then sent to the keyserver. I am unsure which step of the process I am leaving out.
Jun
19
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Jun
14
asked GPG/PGP Verification of Revocation