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Jan
29
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
17
answered RSA signing security
Jan
15
comment Is RSA with SHA1 broken?
I am facing the same issue faced here with SHA2 - forums.embarcadero.com/thread.jspa?threadID=96592
Jan
15
asked Is RSA with SHA1 broken?
Dec
30
comment Encryption and HMAC in a PSKC file
I have another similar question (actually the opposite) - crypto.stackexchange.com/questions/21084/… - please take a look if you get the time.
Dec
29
comment Encryption and HMAC in a PSKC file
that's actually xxd -p -r > temp
Dec
29
comment Encryption and HMAC in a PSKC file
Just FYI - I could also avoid the binmode/perl stuff by using the following for %i in (000102030405060708090a0b0c0d0e0f) do (echo/|set /p="%i") | xxd -p -r temp I have xxd from my vim install on windows
Dec
29
accepted Encryption and HMAC in a PSKC file
Dec
26
asked Encryption and HMAC in a PSKC file
Oct
11
accepted Using C_Sign to create a PKCS7 signature
Oct
10
comment Using C_Sign to create a PKCS7 signature
Thank you, can you recommend some appropriate library I can use with C++ on Windows. Are there any Microsoft APIs which provide this functionality.
Oct
10
asked Using C_Sign to create a PKCS7 signature
Jul
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awarded  Curious
Jun
24
comment Minimum length of PKI key for signature
I require this info for both - updated.
Jun
24
revised Minimum length of PKI key for signature
added 4 characters in body; edited tags
Jun
24
asked Minimum length of PKI key for signature
Apr
13
awarded  Scholar
Apr
13
accepted Perfect Forward Secrecy in TLS
Apr
13
comment Perfect Forward Secrecy in TLS
If DH-RSA is static DH & it has certs with DH public keys - then were does the RSA come in in DH-RSA?
Apr
13
comment Perfect Forward Secrecy in TLS
So HTTPS with DHE-RSA means 1) One message is signed with RSA to prove authenticity of the website 2) the session key is derived using DH 3) rest of the communication is encrypted using the session key.