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Oct
12
reviewed Leave Open RSA given q, p and e?
Oct
12
comment RSA given q, p and e?
Regarding the (now three) decryption request close votes: Please read the question again or pick a better close reason.
Oct
12
reviewed Leave Open how does the order-preserving encryption scheme distribute the buckets?
Oct
12
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Non-linearity of a boolean function
Oct
5
reviewed Close Witness and Commitment in Commitment schemes
Oct
5
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How is XOR used for encryption?
Oct
2
comment Triple DES in Firefox - in practice
We don't flame. We downvote.
Oct
2
reviewed Leave Open RSA given q, p and e?
Oct
2
reviewed Close Is Attribute based encryption sub-class of Identity based encryption
Oct
2
reviewed Close Question about the security of Substitution-Permutation Network
Oct
2
comment Question about the security of Substitution-Permutation Network
@e-sushi Disagree with the duplicate vote as suggested duplicate is about increasing the number of permutations (rounds) whereas this question is about changing the order of substitutions and permutations.
Oct
2
reviewed Leave Open Using modulus in one time pad?
Oct
2
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is deniable error-correction possible?
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
28
comment Encrypting and obscuring data between site/user without SSL
@e-sushi This doesn't look like spam because it's arguably on-topic and the OP does not appear to be affiliated with nossl. This looks like someone misread the question, or nossl's website. The rest of your comment is quite helpful though.
Sep
26
comment Is deniable error-correction possible?
From my limited understanding error correction is $m | e$ where $e$ is some extra data used to correct up to a portion of $m$. Assuming $m$ is encrypted, and thus indistinguishable from a random string, what benefit is to be gained from making $e$ also indistinguishable? Unless the scheme is studied for its own merit.
Sep
12
comment Can we use numbers as a pad in the Vernam cipher - why or why not?
@Mashhood It's OK. I'm sure a better answer will come along anyway so give it a day or two. Cheers
Sep
12
answered Can we use numbers as a pad in the Vernam cipher - why or why not?
Aug
5
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
3
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Cryptographically Secure Hash Algorithm with Very Specific Property