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Mar
20
revised Anonymity problem after voting with blind signatures
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Mar
20
revised Finding Private key in RSA with public key, cipher text and plain text
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Mar
20
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20
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20
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Mar
20
comment How to deal with collisions in Bitcoin addresses?
Well, it seems that accidental collisions of Bitcoin account addresses is just considered as a "don't care" issue... Well, I guess I have my answer, then. :-)
Mar
19
comment How to deal with collisions in Bitcoin addresses?
Once again, I do not want to consider a malicious attacker, but a "shit happen" case. The fact that you have $1/2^{80}$ chance to get it does not means that this will never happen...
Mar
19
comment How to deal with collisions in Bitcoin addresses?
Well, I know that occurrences of such collisions will happen with a very low probability. And, this is fine for me. But, at least, I would have expected that, during the creation of a BTC address, one would check that the current address does not appear in the blockchain... But, still, this is not enough as the creation should occurs in a decentralized manner, so two addresses in collision might be created a the same time and checking the blockchain at the same time as well (I agree that we are here speaking of an extremely low probability).
Mar
19
revised How to deal with collisions in Bitcoin addresses?
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Mar
19
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Feb
13
revised Questions about a SHA3 cipher stream encryption scheme
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Feb
12
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Feb
4
comment What is the difference between SHA-3(Keccak) and previous generation SHA algorithms?
Not to mention that MD5 (which was clearly broken) was also based on the Merkle-Damgård scheme). So, they were real suspicions that flaws would be found soon.
Jan
24
revised Role of Fermat's little theorem in the proof of correctness of ElGamal signature
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Jan
24
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Jan
21
revised How does the Flickr length extension attack work?
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Jan
21
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Jan
20
revised Example of Projective Coordinates
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Jan
19
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Jan
19
revised A general definition for cryptocurrencies
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