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Feb
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accepted How do other, non-RSA algorithms, compare to the PKCS #1 standard?
Feb
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Dec
15
comment Is there a field guide to ECC for the IT Security layman?
@Thomas FYI The +3 votes came from Security.SE, not the more discriminating Crypto.SE site, who could (and probably already did) write a book on this. I'd have to think about how to slice this up, but feel free to edit as you think ...
Dec
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revised Is there a field guide to ECC for the IT Security layman?
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Dec
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asked Is there a field guide to ECC for the IT Security layman?
Nov
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asked Learning cryptography using a FPGA
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Jul
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comment Does a high exponent compensate for a low degree of certainty?
Suppose I want to create that situation, I'd need a low exponent? How low would be appropriate?
Jul
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accepted How can I protect against the failure of a block or symmetric cipher?
Jul
2
accepted Impacts of not using RSA exponent of 65537
Jul
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asked Does a high exponent compensate for a low degree of certainty?
Jul
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accepted What is the correct value for “certainty” in RSA key pair generation?
Jul
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revised Impacts of not using RSA exponent of 65537
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asked What is the correct value for “certainty” in RSA key pair generation?
Jul
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comment Impacts of not using RSA exponent of 65537
Related: Fermat Primes on Wikipedia
Jul
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asked Impacts of not using RSA exponent of 65537
Jun
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comment How can I protect against the failure of a block or symmetric cipher?
On a related note, I'm aware that combining different hash techniques doesn't mean fewer collisions, and therefore not beneficial.
Jun
5
asked How can I protect against the failure of a block or symmetric cipher?