Barack Obama

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Mar
31
awarded  Yearling
Feb
18
revised What are unified addition and differential addition in elliptic curve point arithmetic?
corrected formula
Feb
18
answered What are unified addition and differential addition in elliptic curve point arithmetic?
Feb
12
revised Why does the SRP6 calculation of B included a multiplier k = 3?
Added link to SRP6, formatted math and changed 6a to 6 after reading link and grammar.
Feb
12
suggested suggested edit on Why does the SRP6 calculation of B included a multiplier k = 3?
Feb
11
revised Request for 1024-bit primes $p$ , subgroup $q$ and subgroup generator $g$
added 4 characters in body
Feb
8
awarded  Organizer
Feb
8
revised Request for 1024-bit primes $p$ , subgroup $q$ and subgroup generator $g$
Added tags for which the posted values would be useful. Also improved the English, formatting and typos!
Feb
8
suggested suggested edit on Request for 1024-bit primes $p$ , subgroup $q$ and subgroup generator $g$
Feb
8
revised Request for 1024-bit primes $p$ , subgroup $q$ and subgroup generator $g$
added 131 characters in body
Feb
8
answered Request for 1024-bit primes $p$ , subgroup $q$ and subgroup generator $g$
Feb
8
reviewed Satisfactory Deriving Keys for Symmetric Encryption and Authentication
Feb
8
awarded  Custodian
Feb
8
reviewed Excellent What exactly is a negligible (and non-negligible) function?
Feb
8
reviewed Excellent On-the-fly computation of AES Round Keys for decryption?
Feb
8
reviewed Needs Improvement Two step encryption
Feb
6
comment Is such a crypto-system available?
The question to which this is a good answer is quite far away from the initial question to which my answer was perfectly correct. Could you separate this into two questions for which yours would be the answer to one of them and mine the other?
Feb
6
comment Is such a crypto-system available?
@Eugen I must object to the goalpost shifting! I spent a fair amount of time checking that my solution solved your problem and then updating it after you changed the question once. Now you've changed it completely and it seems likely Poncho's answer will be better. It would have been fairer to accept my answer and then ask a new question with the "real" problem you were trying to solve all along!
Feb
6
answered Bitcoin, couldn't a miner steal money?
Feb
6
revised Is such a crypto-system available?
clarified in reponse to change in question