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Feb
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comment Computing p and q from private key
The algorithm in the NIST document is clear to me except for step 2. How does one calculate $r$? Is brute force the only option?
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comment Is RSA key size the size of private key exponent in public key encryption?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about cryptography and doesn't include a programming problem.
Jan
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comment Digital Signature with Encryption
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about security or cryptography and doesn't include a programming problem.
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Jul
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comment Derive a key from public data using a secret master key
@RickyDemer That's interesting to know. From an implementation perspective, I have reasons why my design is preferable to HKDF. If you would be willing to add an answer with some additional details it would be very helpful to me.
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comment Derive a key from public data using a secret master key
@CodesInChaos I've been told it's 64 bits, so that's comfortably smaller than 16 bytes.
Jul
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comment Derive a key from public data using a secret master key
@CodesInChaos Sorry, I confused one RFC with another in my mind. My comments were probably more applicable to key derivation schemes such as those in PKCS #5.
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comment Keys required for cryptography
+1 Excellent answer.
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answered Keys required for cryptography
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answered Initialization value (IV) bit error