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Can we have an asymmetric key in AES? Clarification about PBKDF2 and AES-GCM in WebCrypto

Can we have an asymmetric key in AES? Clarification about PBKDF2 and AES-GCM in WebCrypto According to wikipedia AES page, AES is a symmetric-key algorithm. The algorithm described by AES is a ...
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End-to-end photo storage

I've been tasked with developing an app that will need to store photos a user takes securely, and I've been struggling to think up a method to do this. What I was thinking so far is as follows: When ...
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Is it possible to uncover the plaintext if IV is used twice but the key is different?

I am currently working on a cryptography challenge. The program uses AES-GCM to encrypt and decrypt strings. Let's say I have the following: IV which is reused only 1 cipher text authentication tag ...
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Weaknesses of AES-GCM [duplicate]

Besides the limited nonce size of 96 bits, are there any other weaknesses to the GCM mode of AES? I am creating a password vault and am trying to narrow down my options of encryption schemes. Also, is ...
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How safe is store nonce with encrypted text? [duplicate]

I am using AESGCM256 with a nonce of 96 bytes to store keys (very secret information). There are more than 500 keys, the only place where they can be stored in ...
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