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Feb
4
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
1
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
27
awarded  Yearling
Jul
29
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jan
14
accepted Why use Needham-Schroeder if we have Diffie-Hellman?
Jan
12
comment Why use Needham-Schroeder if we have Diffie-Hellman?
@CodesInChaos Where symmetric key is established between A and B with a help of a third party.
Jan
12
asked Why use Needham-Schroeder if we have Diffie-Hellman?
Jan
11
comment Why use CBC-MAC? Why not just apply hash function on the whole message?
@J.D. And you can't decrypt CBC-MAC, right?
Jan
10
accepted How can we get CA's public key?
Jan
10
accepted I've got my private key compromised. How does CRL work?
Jan
10
accepted What happens when a root CA has its private key compromised?
Jan
10
accepted Why not just generate random strings for one-time password (OTP)?
Jan
10
accepted Why use a timestamp and how can someone know it's the correct one?
Jan
10
accepted Why hash the message before signing it with RSA?
Jan
9
revised Why have Nonce and why encrypt everything in step 2 for Needham-Schroeder?
added 35 characters in body
Jan
9
asked Why have Nonce and why encrypt everything in step 2 for Needham-Schroeder?
Jan
9
asked Why does DSS have such formulas?
Jan
8
accepted Why encrypting with private and public keys produce the same result?
Jan
8
comment Why encrypting with private and public keys produce the same result?
Omg I thought s is a message...