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Jun
14
reviewed Reviewed Supersingular Isogeny Key Exchange Software
Jun
14
reviewed Reviewed Supersingular Isogeny Key Exchange Software
Jun
14
reviewed Reviewed Meaning of entropy of a bitstring in NIST SP 800 - 90A
Jun
12
revised Why are RSA ciphertexts different for the same plaintext?
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Jun
12
answered Why are RSA ciphertexts different for the same plaintext?
Jun
9
reviewed No Action Needed Is the inverse of a point on an elliptic curve over $\mathbb{Z}_p$ always in the group?
Jun
8
comment Converting ECC Code from python to Java. Extended Euclidean Algorithm not working.
This is a programming problem, unrelated to the fact that the algorithm you're implementing is useful for cryptography. It's off-topic here, but you could ask on Stack Overflow.
Jun
8
reviewed Close Converting ECC Code from python to Java. Extended Euclidean Algorithm not working.
Jun
8
reviewed Approve Why initialize SHA1 with specific buffer?
Jun
7
reviewed Looks OK Share two secrets between two parties
Jun
6
comment Why does anyone use elliptic curves for a CSPRNG?
Few people actually use Dual_EC_DRBG. You may want to try to investigate why the few people listed in that thread did it.
Jun
6
reviewed Reject AM protocol for 2 distinct objects
Jun
5
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Jun
5
reviewed Approve Trying to understand the use of ECC in TLS certificates
Jun
5
reviewed Reject How do we know a cryptographic primitive won't fail suddenly?
Jun
5
comment How do we know a cryptographic primitive won't fail suddenly?
@fgrieu Would it be ok to say that there is a single family of algorithms, the one-time pad and essentially equivalent variants (the key point being at least as much key material as payload, hence impractical)?
Jun
5
revised What makes SHA-2 and SHA-3 have security levels half their output hash length?
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Jun
4
answered What makes SHA-2 and SHA-3 have security levels half their output hash length?
Jun
4
reviewed Approve How do we know a cryptographic primitive won't fail suddenly?
Jun
4
answered How do we know a cryptographic primitive won't fail suddenly?