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Oct
22
revised Proof that counter mode of operation and CBC mode are CPA secure when pseudorandom permutations?
Minors, language.
Oct
22
awarded  Custodian
Oct
22
reviewed Reviewed Proof that counter mode of operation and CBC mode are CPA secure when pseudorandom permutations?
Oct
22
suggested approved edit on Proof that counter mode of operation and CBC mode are CPA secure when pseudorandom permutations?
Sep
2
awarded  Editor
Aug
7
answered What characters are valid in PGP encrypted and signed messages?
Jul
21
awarded  Commentator
Jul
21
comment PGP message integrity : How can receiver of an email check the integrity using the sender's public key?
Yes, for RSA any of the two keys can be used for encrypting, and the respective other key for decrypting.
Jul
21
answered PGP message integrity : How can receiver of an email check the integrity using the sender's public key?
Jun
19
awarded  Informed
Jun
8
comment Familiar key signing over video call
Are you really sure this is faster and/or easier at all than just reading out loud the fingerprints / key ids? ;)
May
17
awarded  Critic
Feb
26
awarded  Yearling
Feb
14
answered gnupg: display digest of key
Dec
13
comment How is a PRNG used in the PGP?
You asked three questions, I answered the first two of them. I don't know the mathematical background well enough to further explain the third one, other can do better.
Dec
10
comment How is a PRNG used in the PGP?
When not creating a new public-private key pair, it is only used for block ciphers. such a block is an arbitrary random number of a given size.
Dec
10
answered How is a PRNG used in the PGP?
Jul
28
comment Is my identity exposed when publishing my public key or encrypting with PGP?
I answered the new question. Yes, I was talking about email headers which are not encrypted when using OpenPGP.
Jul
28
answered How can I remove my personal data from my PGP public key?
Jul
23
answered Is my identity exposed when publishing my public key or encrypting with PGP?