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comment How to guess the encoding of a string?
Do you mean decode or decrypt? If the former, then I'd say Base64. If the later, then no one here will be able to help you. In either case, your question is off-topic here.
Oct
18
comment Decryption of .png and .jpg files
Your question is off-topic here. You should be asking the developer.
Sep
14
comment Hashing passwords
The first option should absolutely not be used. As for the second, see PBKDF2
Sep
2
comment Is MAC algorithm same at both sender and receiver end
Cursory research should answer your questions
Aug
28
comment Choice of authenticated encryption mode for whole messages
@Gilles - be sure to check out this article
Aug
25
comment Found a way to crack AES-128, what now?
@poncho - yeah I know... I'm not really taking this claim seriously.
Aug
25
comment Found a way to crack AES-128, what now?
Prove it. Algo = AES-128. Mode = CTR. Nonce (hex) = 9f22f26e4285f9cf69f19eabccde81c7. Ciphertext = 683a5a98232f31fe3580f0c5bb104a03e8acfd7e0cb763ae844858af48d929a28156f41f1c18a580‌​94. The plaintext is a simple sentence in English. The key you'll have to figure out for yourself... get back to us in 1-2 days? ;-)
Jul
21
comment Use AES-256 Or AES-CTR-256 For One Block?
@srgblnch - indeed.
Jul
19
comment OCB nonce usage
Thanks for the extra insight - it's appreciated.
Jul
18
comment OCB nonce usage
Ah - good catch! That simplifies matters.
Jul
18
accepted OCB nonce usage
Jul
18
asked OCB nonce usage
Jul
17
comment How long does it take to crack PBKDF2?
Have you done any prior research regarding this topic?
Jul
4
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
26
answered Do sites store login password with hash? If so, can people can use hash collision to log in?
Jun
26
comment Large text file encryption per line
@user3770896 - I don't get it either. The only reason you would hash and/or encrypt the column (from what I understand) is if doing so would protect the identity of the person it pertains to. However, you've stated that the column is a random string. Anyway, mysql has native hash and encryption (AES-128-ECB, be careful with that) functions. Doing joins using those functions is trivial... software for this purpose would be a bit over the top.
Jun
26
comment Large text file encryption per line
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about programming
Jun
26
comment Large text file encryption per line
This is off-topic here — it's a programming question. By the way it sounds like you're looking for a hash function, not an encryption function.
May
31
comment Update to “Cryptographic Right Answers”
Even if SHA-3 were finalized, I still wouldn't recommend switching to it. SHA-2 has seen far more analysis and is still going strong today.