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Security and Crypto Technologist


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 !
Oct
30
revised Encrypting twice with same key gives back plain text
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Oct
30
comment Encrypting twice with same key gives back plain text
the question is about block-cipher
Oct
30
comment Encrypting twice with same key gives back plain text
@squeamishossifrage the above question is about block ciphers , i thought it was explicit from the question i was pointing it , anyway edited it now to make it more clear
Oct
30
revised Encrypting twice with same key gives back plain text
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Oct
30
asked Encrypting twice with same key gives back plain text
Oct
24
answered Recover plaintext from truncated ciphertext using AES for FPE
Oct
24
revised Format Preserving Encryption for 32 or 64 bit plaintext values
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Oct
23
comment Recover plaintext from truncated ciphertext using AES for FPE
Why are you decrypting using AES ? AES_decrypt is never needed ! may be that is the reason you are not able to recover, share the code on pastebin.com or so , its easier that way for us to tell
Oct
23
comment Format Preserving Encryption for 32 or 64 bit plaintext values
Feistel networks with AES as PRF is the popular and well studied approach for Format Preserving
Oct
23
comment Format Preserving Encryption for 32 or 64 bit plaintext values
am curious which PRF should be used ? What would be the impact on security and performance. doing the above.
Oct
23
comment Format Preserving Encryption for 32 or 64 bit plaintext values
@pg1989 Voltage claims patents on BPS mode too , check this link voltage.com/technology/patents-research