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Apr
21
comment Does the Biclique attack on AES pose a credible risk to its security?
Is this the attack you're referring to? If so, a question specifically on that attack would be much more focused, as Gilles says. Underneath your question there is an edit link if you want to revise your question :)
Apr
19
revised How are the primes used to generate RSA keys?
Tags.
Apr
17
revised Most frequently used digital signature schemes in the recent years
Edit to not ask for sources, but ask for numbers.
Apr
16
reviewed Reject ctr tag wiki
Apr
11
comment Verilog simulation & synthesis of Diffie-Hellman key exchange
Just a friendly note - you don't need to use signatures in posts here - the signature in the bottom left gives you all the signature you need. This is to keep the page relatively clean. For more information have a look at this discussion.
Apr
11
revised Verilog simulation & synthesis of Diffie-Hellman key exchange
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Apr
10
reviewed Approve How secure is AES-256?
Apr
10
revised How does a chosen plaintext attack on RSA work?
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Apr
10
comment How does a chosen plaintext attack on RSA work?
@PaŭloEbermann Hmmm, you could be right, actually. I think I've got my terminology all confused. Gonna edit, two seconds.
Apr
10
answered How does a chosen plaintext attack on RSA work?
Apr
10
revised What “Tag Length” should be used for the EAX MAC?
Added a few tags :)
Apr
9
answered How are the primes used to generate RSA keys?
Apr
9
comment Diffie hellman key exchange on elliptic curve over an extension field
Ok, obvious questions - what have you tried and where are you stuck? If you're asking for us to implement the entire thing for you... we might struggle to do that, as you could be asking us to teach you quite a bit. However, if you've got to a certain point and are struggling with something - definitely edit in an explanation. To help you understand the problem with this Q as is, please see this post.
Apr
9
reviewed Approve Diffie hellman key exchange on elliptic curve over an extension field
Apr
9
comment Is AES restricted to only 64 characters for the key/password?
I edited this one as well to help you with your English - it should read better now. As always, if there's anything I've mis-interpreted, feel free to fix it :)
Apr
9
revised Is AES restricted to only 64 characters for the key/password?
English fix :)
Apr
9
revised Does encrypting twice using the same block cipher produce a security weakness?
Changed to block cipher; added AES tag as an example cipher.
Apr
9
comment Does encrypting twice using the same block cipher produce a security weakness?
no problem :) I think as you're interested in block ciphers it might be better to focus on those - if you're then curious about public key systems you could always then ask another question. I'll go ahead and change it.
Apr
9
comment Does encrypting twice using the same block cipher produce a security weakness?
Hi rezx, I have edited your question to tidy it up and I think better reflect what you are asking (you're asking with regards to truecrypt I believe?). If I've mis-interpreted, please feel free to click the edit link and improve on my edit. Do you think it would be a good idea to re-title the algorithm to specifically mention block ciphers, or are you interested in the general case too?
Apr
9
revised Does encrypting twice using the same block cipher produce a security weakness?
Edit to improve grammar.