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Dec
4
comment Using machine-learning techniques for data-dependent operations in ciphers
there are plenty , just search for "cryptanalysis genetic algorithms" on scholar.google.com
Dec
4
comment Using machine-learning techniques for data-dependent operations in ciphers
Yes There are few papers using genetic algorithms but i would be very curious to know others
Dec
4
reviewed Approve Should we MAC-then-encrypt or encrypt-then-MAC?
Dec
1
comment Implementing a pseudo random function in practice
AES-128 also considered good PRF
Nov
22
revised Real life systems that use concepts of crypto computing
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Nov
16
comment Secure symmetric encryption algorithm for any-size base62 data
are you looking for format preserving encryption ?
Nov
16
answered Are all block ciphers FPE (format preserving encryption)?
Nov
7
comment Can we give access to controlled functionality in Fully homomorphic encryption schemes?
the question was about controlled functionality for FHE but not FE
Nov
6
reviewed Approve Is a die implemented in a physics engine truly random?
Nov
6
comment What is the most computationally efficient way of generating pseudo-random permutations?
If security is not a major concern , vanilla feistel network with AES-NI as PRF , with 6 rounds would be good enough thank FFX modes
Nov
5
reviewed Approve Is a die implemented in a physics engine truly random?
Nov
5
reviewed Approve Is a die implemented in a physics engine truly random?
Nov
4
reviewed Approve Is python a secure programming language for cryptography?
Nov
4
revised How do I safely anonymize/hash a unique identifier to protect privacy?
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Nov
4
revised How do I safely anonymize/hash a unique identifier to protect privacy?
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Nov
3
revised How do I safely anonymize/hash a unique identifier to protect privacy?
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Nov
3
answered How do I safely anonymize/hash a unique identifier to protect privacy?
Nov
1
reviewed Approve AES— Brute force attack versus Known plain text attack
Oct
30
accepted Encrypting twice with same key gives back plain text
Oct
30
comment Encrypting twice with same key gives back plain text
@owlstead looks like yes, thanks !