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Nov
21
comment How does the length of the plaintext affect the cipher strength?
My question isn't so clear, but your answer exactly show what I want.
Nov
21
comment How does the length of the plaintext affect the cipher strength?
Strength - cryptographic resistance of ciphers
Oct
13
comment How much is slower GCM AES-128 than one of the stream chipher eSTREAM?
Thanks, I've understood your comments.
Oct
12
comment How much is slower GCM AES-128 than one of the stream chipher eSTREAM?
It's good. Is there something something similar for AES-CTR?
Oct
12
comment How much is slower GCM AES-128 than one of the stream chipher eSTREAM?
compare AES-CTR and eSTREAM generalized analysis regardless of platform or processor
Oct
11
comment Which stream cipher can we replace the RC4 in the SSL?
It would be a good idea to do that.
Oct
11
comment Which stream cipher can we replace the RC4 in the SSL?
Can we use AES-CTR and Salsa20/ChaCha in the TLS? Can we choose it as cipher suit?
Oct
8
comment How do TLS 1.1 and 1.2 generate IVs (initialization vectors) for each record?
Real good answer.Can we use the same key material to form IV that is used to create encryption/decryption key in the TLS?
Oct
8
comment How do TLS 1.1 and 1.2 generate IVs (initialization vectors) for each record?
Looking at the code written in BouncyCastle to create an explicit initialization vector used key block. (In constructor TlsBlockCipher)
Oct
8
comment Does BouncyCastle (for ECC) resist timing attacks?
What used to extend the implementation of the protocol TLS?
Oct
7
comment Does BouncyCastle (for ECC) resist timing attacks?
I am worring about timing attacks against ECC key exchange scheme. Suppose I need to extend the protocol TLS to be able to use other key exchange scheme based on elliptic curves. The Bouncy Castle's implementation is a basis for extension.
Oct
7
comment Does BouncyCastle (for ECC) resist timing attacks?
Yes (compromized in some way)
Oct
6
comment Does BouncyCastle (for ECC) resist timing attacks?
If I'll use the Bouncy Castle for building client applications which connects whith server using TLS base on ECC key exchange scheme. Will be it secure?