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Feb
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comment Calculating amount of time for brute forcing ciphertext depending on the size of the key
For a fairly handy reference that yields data close to what you need, see keylength.com . It attempts to quantify security in terms of comparisons of key lengths and algorithms.
Feb
22
answered Timing Attack on RSA
Feb
22
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Feb
22
reviewed Reopen RSA vs El Gamal digital signature. Which is more secure?
Feb
5
reviewed Reopen Homomorphic Encryption Notation Question
Feb
5
reviewed Leave Open Reverse engineering a hash?
Jan
29
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Jan
29
reviewed No Action Needed Why not the one-time pad with pseudo-number generator
Jan
29
reviewed Close Are the protocols DH-EKE, B-SPEKE, A-EKE, and SRP are considered challenge-response authenticaion mechanisms?
Jan
29
reviewed Close One-way function and uninvertible function
Jan
29
reviewed Close ElGamal encryption with private key
Jan
21
answered How can i predict the next number of a long sequence of seemingly random numbers?
Jan
20
reviewed No Action Needed Attack on BB84 algorithm for quantum key exchange?
Jan
12
awarded  Custodian
Jan
12
reviewed No Action Needed Difference between CBC-MAC and CMAC
Jan
8
reviewed Approve Many time pad attack
Jan
7
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Jan
7
reviewed Leave Closed Authentication of machine before installation (to stop piracy)
Jan
6
answered How to judge if my work is meaningful in cryptography?
Jan
6
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