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comment What is a definition of a nonce?
Is there a real source for that? Our professor has given it as a random number on his lection.
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comment What is a definition of a nonce?
So defining it as a random number is wrong? Wikipedia is not a source.
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asked What is a definition of a nonce?
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revised Why is SRP not widely used?
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comment Why is SRP not widely used?
@PaŭloEbermann The difference between SRP and SSL is not that much if you have a centralised organisation and can get SSL certificates or a CA for your servers. You'll surely have a centralised directory which you have to authenticate regardless of the resource you are accessing. If you don't want web resources to steal your password you can use OAuth or something so you have to input your password on only one secure site. The advantage of SRP - you don't have to trust the server you authenticate on - doesn't have to much value in good built centralised environment. IMHO.
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comment Can I use a key-derivation-function as the hash function H in SRP?
Wikipedia is not a source.
May
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comment Why is SRP not widely used?
@PaŭloEbermann I think your post doesn't belong here :)
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comment Is a second preimage attack on MD5 feasible?
AFAIR there are even no practical attacks for MD4.
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comment Implementation of Tao Xie and Denguo Feng's MD5 attack
MD5 is only broken for collisions, it's still first and second preimage safe.