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Key generation algorithm based on bytes in a drive [closed]

I am a novice cyber security student and thought of a way to generate a random cryptographic key. The algorithm works as follows: Get the size (in bytes) of every file in a directory (drills down ...
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Vulnerability of low value generated key

I have read here that Elgamal is resistant to brute-force attack, because the group to where the key is selected is very large. But since the key generation is random, (i assume)there is a chance that ...
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Is it possible in LUKS1 to recreate a lost master key with the original password?

I accidentally overwrote a whole LUKS1 header without any backup. Since I still have the password with which the header was created - is there any way that this information helps me to reduce the ...
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