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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Hard drive security
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reviewed Delete Can Pre-Paid Cards be cracked?
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reviewed Close How Proof all Subgroup point of prime order elliptic curve have prime order [#G=#E]?
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reviewed Leave Open How to make a document truly read only
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reviewed Close How should I treat a new cipher release like Spritz?
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comment Prevent MITM attack while encrypting data by using ElGamal ECC?
That rather depends on the goals of the man-in-the-middle. Is it a) to read what you sent (in which case DrLecter's advice is the correct answer), or b) to replace your message with his own (which ElGamal does nothing to prevent; you'll need to sign/MAC your message to prevent that)
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reviewed Close Do any non-US ciphers exist?
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reviewed Looks OK What is the most secure hand cipher?
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reviewed Close How does Random Oracle and Standard Model differ?
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reviewed Close why should one use lattice-based systems in travel documents in post- quantum computers era?
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reviewed Close Security of very simple XOR with random?
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reviewed Leave Open RSA was rejected by which journal?
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comment RSA was rejected by which journal?
The site is, at best, questionable. For one, Dijkstra's "Go to statements considered harmful" was a letter to the CACM, not a paper. I don't believe there were formal reviews of letters to the editor.
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revised Understanding Genkin-Pipman-Tromer's ground potential, side channel attack on RSA
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answered Understanding Genkin-Pipman-Tromer's ground potential, side channel attack on RSA
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comment What's the point of a Meet In The Middle attack using i.e. double AES with throw-away keys?
@maincodebase: not quite any such attack; if the attacker has enough partial information to limit the number of potential messages to a small bound, as in "The first letter of my password is X", then an AON transform won't help you. On the other hand, we have ciphers that are immune to known plaintext (and chosen plaintext) attacks; hence we don't worry too much about how we might work with a cipher that isn't.
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answered What's the point of a Meet In The Middle attack using i.e. double AES with throw-away keys?
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answered Are variable-length crypto hash functions still susceptible to collisions?
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reviewed Leave Open Good challenges for a crypto competition for teenagers
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reviewed Close What's the best packet cipher mode for use with UDP for example? Advantages or disadvantages of any alternatives?