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Encrypting two messages with the same content with different keys/IVs still secure if attacker knows they are the same?

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Figure out chosen-plaintext-attack in Zerologon attack

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What AES mode does the CMAC use in Secure Channel Protocol 3 (SCP03)?

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What's the best way to recover an AES-256 key from partial key, ciphertext, plaintext and IV?

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Key Committing AES-GCM

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Why does AES-GCM means No MAC key, instead of MAC key what they are going to use?

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I didn't understand why both an implicit and an explicit nonce is used in AES-GCM in TLS 1.2

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Faster cipher than AES256-CBC to use for DRM purpose

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Benchmark for CSPRNG as stream ciphers?

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How to use symmetric encryption on 1on1 and group chat messenger?

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Security of bitsliced AES with a transposition step omitted

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About the complexity of a path finding attack for a path encrypted with a block cipher (like AES). How many AES calculations count as secure?

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For AES-GCM, does knowing plaintext and ciphertext allow attacker to learn the key?

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An adversary does know the block cipher key and some bits of the message and the cipher (same length as key). Does this help him to find pairs? (ECB)

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