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Dec
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comment Is Convergent Encryption really secure?
How about the first issue I raised? Is it a real issue?@CodesInChaos @Thomas My last sentence is not accurate, sorry for it. I was saying that if the encryption algorithm enable same plaintext and same encryption key obtaining different cypertext, the encryption will be more difficult to be attacked. If using CTR/CBC with same IV, the encryption is a little bit weaker.
Dec
3
comment Is Convergent Encryption really secure?
Storing data with convergent encryption uses hash value of encrypted data as locator, this fact requires same plain text encrypted by same encryption key obtaining same encrypted data, so that ECB is required.