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Jul
2
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
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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.
Apr
13
revised Perfect Forward Secrecy in TLS
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Apr
13
comment Perfect Forward Secrecy in TLS
@Alex - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diffie%E2%80%93Hellman_key_exchange OR crypto.stackexchange.com/questions/8933/…
Apr
13
asked Perfect Forward Secrecy in TLS
Mar
27
asked Any field in a PKI certificate where some text info can be stored?
Sep
6
awarded  Commentator
Sep
6
comment What are the advantages of TOTP over HOTP?
@JaderDias - Neither of the algorithms need an internet connection
Aug
6
comment How secure would this code be against cryptanalysis?
How is the decryption happening?
Jul
16
revised What does the cipher-text overhead means?
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Jul
16
awarded  Organizer
Jul
16
revised why public key cryptography (RSA) is use in sites like Google, facebook (what is the need to ecode data in these sites)?
removed post-quantum-cryptography tag - doesn't seem relevant
Jul
16
suggested suggested edit on why public key cryptography (RSA) is use in sites like Google, facebook (what is the need to ecode data in these sites)?
Jul
16
comment why public key cryptography (RSA) is use in sites like Google, facebook (what is the need to ecode data in these sites)?
Why is this tagged post-quantum-cryptography