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Jul
18
comment Why does “2xAES-256” provide “99.99%” security strength whereas “1xAES-128” provides “40%”?
"Seriously, don't give your money to these clowns." I legitimately cannot even find a way to purchase their products. The only downloads I can find are PDF files, and there's no "buy" button.
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comment Can a shift cipher attain perfect secrecy?
@CodesInChaos Yeah, it doesn't make intuitive sense, but I guess for the purpose of my exam, it's best to keep it in mind, then ditch the knowledge thereafter... Such is academia.
Dec
11
comment Can a shift cipher attain perfect secrecy?
Just thought I'd let you know: She stood by her word; every letter is apparently treated as its own message. Seems silly to me... Thanks again, though!
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accepted Can a shift cipher attain perfect secrecy?
Dec
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comment Can a shift cipher attain perfect secrecy?
Great clarification--I think I'd best email my teacher and tell her it's wrong. Thanks!
Dec
11
comment Can a shift cipher attain perfect secrecy?
@Thomas I thought the same, except we were taught the shift cipher with the correct method, and also taught the OTP separately...
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