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comment Deriving Keys for Symmetric Encryption and Authentication
@dchest: you don't. The proof of work is getting from the random key to the cipher key (making it harder to go backwards from the cipher key if you ever are able to break it)...
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comment Guarding against cryptanalytic breakthroughs: combining multiple hash functions
@David: Well, nothing's going to help you if both of them are broken... The point was to be as secure as the most secure function (if not better)...
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