I want to store two ciphertexts inside the same file. The data stored in each ciphertext is the same (except for padding), but the data was encrypted with different keys and IVs. Both ciphertexts were also generated by the same algorithm.
In this case specifically that would be a variant of AES, Chacha20 or Serpent.
In my scenario the attacker would know only that both ciphertexts hold the same data and the original data's length/size (with and without the padding) and then ofc also the padding's size.
He does not know what the plaintext/data looks like and he also does not know what the padding looks like.
Does this reduce the amount of power/time needed to crack the ciphertext? Are different keys +IVs and also different padding values/bytes (not length) enough to keep the data secure?