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comment AES Secure key generation and storage
@David Crypto is awesome Are you at black hat right now?
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asked Using the same secret key for encryption and authentication in a Encrypt-then-MAC scheme
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comment Is there a problem with constructing a CSPRNG using MD5 or SHA1?
+1 Great paper. The CTR_DRBG CSPRNG design looks great. Do you know of a paper that talks about keystream generators for DRBG?
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comment Is there a problem with constructing a CSPRNG using MD5 or SHA1?
@CodesInChaos In this case, using a CRC-like function for mixing, and md5 or sha1 for the output stream.
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asked Is there a problem with constructing a CSPRNG using MD5 or SHA1?
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comment Efficient Symmetric Mutual Entity Authentication Protocol
@Martin Lundberg if you have a "server" then you can have a "time server". I think that not having time in your current protocol is a mistake.
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