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comment Why are RSA keys encoded with ASN.1 for TLS?
@Henno Brandsma the exact problem is people don't understand it and that's why they doing it. its not about ASN allow exploit or not, it already exists you need just google. instead of sending data safely we send a shell code! problem is everybody do it and nobody wanna change it because they don't understand … i already explained how to do it safely not in a shell code way ...
Feb
20
comment Why are RSA keys encoded with ASN.1 for TLS?
♦ we can use hex always there is no problem with just using hex as an standard. and for using a text file that first line is e second line is N thats really safe its not an encoding. the reason i hate ASN.1 is that there is already exploits that use ASN.1 to remote code execution! for what we mostly use is just Encrypt for browser SSL. the signature is not very important for us
Feb
20
comment Why are RSA keys encoded with ASN.1 for TLS?
what is big or little endian ? we can always use hex as an standard no need to say. for e and N we can send a text file and let put first line be e second be N. public key authorized to encrypt clien't session key and send it to service provider (just think about it what is SSL for ...). i don't see any reason to send something like javascript which make security problem for user and sadly nobody will block SSL on their side...
Feb
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asked Why are RSA keys encoded with ASN.1 for TLS?