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Oct
17
comment Is there a public key semantically secure cryptosystem for which one can prove in zero knowledge the equivalence of two plaintexts?
@RickyDemer: I'm no poker expert, but I don't follow. If Alice wants to prove that message A (the ace of hearts with a freshly-generated 256-bit random number) is the same as message B (also the ace of hearts with the same 256-bit random number), can't she simply point out that X and Y are identical, without revealing the 256-bit random number or her private key or the fact that A represents the ace of hearts?
Oct
16
answered Is there a public key semantically secure cryptosystem for which one can prove in zero knowledge the equivalence of two plaintexts?
Oct
11
answered One time pad key exchange
Oct
11
revised Avalanche noise RNG for one-time pad use
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Oct
11
answered Avalanche noise RNG for one-time pad use
Oct
2
comment Tips on conceiving safe software messaging platform
This answer would be more useful if you named specific systems that met those needs. Are you perhaps thinking of Freenet, or what?
Oct
2
revised hash wiki description
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Oct
2
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Oct
2
revised Tips on conceiving safe software messaging platform
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Oct
2
comment Salting when encrypting?
"Is there a standard for OpenSSL-interoperable AES encryption?" implies that salted encryption (or at least salted AES encryption) is common.
Oct
2
comment Is there a standard for OpenSSL-interoperable AES encryption?
related: "Salting when encrypting?"
Sep
28
revised Constructing secure key exchange protocol
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Sep
28
suggested suggested edit on Constructing secure key exchange protocol
Sep
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revised Is Porticor's “homomorphic” key encryption something that can really be done or is it just marketing hype?
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Aug
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comment What is the most secure hand cipher?
+1: The [one-time pad[(en.wikipedia.org/wiki/one-time_pad) is the most secure cipher, period.
Aug
18
revised host-proof wiki description
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18
revised host-proof wiki excerpt
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