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reviewed Close Why are we advising PKI if we know that quantum computers will break them?
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reviewed Close Using modulus in one time pad?
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reviewed Leave Open What is the technical name for a public key container in DER format?
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reviewed Satisfactory Secure MultiParty Computation with secret inputs for secret outputs
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reviewed Excellent MAC using a modified CBC mode of operation
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reviewed Excellent Elliptic Curve Cryptography
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reviewed Close How Proof all Subgroup point of prime order elliptic curve have prime order [#G=#E]?
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reviewed Close How can one generate pairs/triplets/…/n-ary MD5 collisions
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reviewed Leave Open Base64 for a hash algorithm
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reviewed Close Selecting a Bouncy Castle named curve for ECC
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reviewed Leave Open How should I treat a new cipher release like Spritz?
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reviewed Close Rely on NSA Suite B Cryptography?
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reviewed No Action Needed How is SHA1 different from MD5?
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reviewed No Action Needed Hash or compression function in Merkle tree nodes?
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reviewed No Action Needed The REACT transform and Replayable CCA
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reviewed Close OTT service using FPE
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reviewed Leave Open Can you help me understand this “Message Modification by Meet-in-the-Middle” related to Tiger Hash?
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comment Vigenère cipher: Security when key length and plaintext length are the same
@owlstead, no, it has to be cryptographically unpredictable. If it's "random to the attacker", just because the attacker can't predict the sequence today doesn't mean he can't discover how to predict it tomorrow.