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Dec
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comment Can I use PGP to sign a message without providing cryptographic non-repudation?
I don't understand @Flimm, you downvote my answer but your comment contains the same information...
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answered Can I use PGP to sign a message without providing cryptographic non-repudation?
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comment Is just a bit of random, “fully random”?
@Paulo. One branch of quantum cryptography is creating truly random data sources. Look into entanglement if you're curious
Jul
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comment Is just a bit of random, “fully random”?
@Camilio. No, it doesn't work that way. The more random the data, the stronger the cyphertext.
Jul
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comment Is just a bit of random, “fully random”?
Unbreakable by what? Random numbers feed cryptographic mechanisms, the more random the numbers are the stronger the encrypted text. So if you mix less random with more random numbers the result is less strong then the more random numbers.
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answered Is just a bit of random, “fully random”?