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May
16
reviewed Edit and Reopen Is Information Loss in Crystalline Cipher a Good Approach to Anti-Cryptanalysis?
May
16
revised Is Information Loss in Crystalline Cipher a Good Approach to Anti-Cryptanalysis?
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May
15
reviewed Reviewed Authenticate a short message with redundant encryption instead of using a MAC?
May
13
reviewed Close Meet-in-the-Middle attack on 3DES
May
11
reviewed Edit Affine cipher: calculate the key from a known plaintext/ciphertext pair
May
11
revised Affine cipher: calculate the key from a known plaintext/ciphertext pair
added some additional info about the affine cipher that can be helpful for beginers
May
11
reviewed Edit Affine cipher: calculate the key from a known plaintext/ciphertext pair
May
11
revised Affine cipher: calculate the key from a known plaintext/ciphertext pair
Did some grammatical and dictational corrections
May
10
reviewed Leave Open Definition of the term “key”
May
10
reviewed Leave Open Diffie Hellman Exponentiation Implementation Problem
May
9
comment At what point can you you implement crypto algorithms?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is about risk management, not about cryptography. It was on-topic on Information Security.
May
8
reviewed Close How to create a PEM file for storing an RSA key?
May
8
comment At what point can you you implement crypto algorithms?
@gowenfawr This is mainly about risk management, it isn't about crypto itself. So it's far better for Information Security than for Cryptography. I'd vote to close it as off-topic on Crypto.
May
8
comment At what point can you you implement crypto algorithms?
Applied Cryptography is dated, and more targeted at people who design algorithms. His book Cryptography Engineering is more recent and more relevant to crypto implementers.
May
7
comment Why is the P-521 elliptic curve not in Suite B if AES-256 is?
This begs the question of why they weren't interested in a 256-bit security level.
May
7
reviewed No Action Needed Why is the P-521 elliptic curve not in Suite B if AES-256 is?
May
1
reviewed Leave Open Block cipher does not provide security by itself
May
1
reviewed Leave Open Definition of the term “key”
May
1
reviewed Close Does Paillier Cryptosystem work in different message space?
Apr
26
answered Asymmetric cipher with multiple public keys