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comment BouncyCastle Elliptic Curve implementation
Awesome! thanks so much. I will double check!
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comment BouncyCastle Elliptic Curve implementation
Sounds great. Yeah sorry I wasn't sure if this was the right place or not, I guess we shall see. :)
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comment BouncyCastle Elliptic Curve implementation
If SO is a better place to migrate this to I'm fine with that.
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comment BouncyCastle Elliptic Curve implementation
My question is honestly a little bit of both. I understand (from the demo code they provide) that these parameters are necessary for the ECDH to work and they must be the same on both ends of the exchange. My question, from a crypto standpoint is to try and understand the theory of what they are and what they do and if this is a correct implementation programatically.
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accepted Is EKE attackable by a brute-force password search?
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accepted How does a key wrapping like RFC 3394 secure my cryptographic keys?
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asked Is EKE attackable by a brute-force password search?
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comment Zero Knowledge Password Proof
Awesome! I have a couple more questions about it but I think I should start a new question. Thank you so much for your help!
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comment Zero Knowledge Password Proof
I've been researching it a bit and it looks like the patent on EKE has expired? Another good reason to use it?