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Any algorithm with a pair of master keys and multiple pairs of subkey for a secure key escrow?

Note: This question looks like my other question — Any algorithm with a master key for decrypting private key encrypted messages? — which is perfectly answered by @real-or-random, but this one is ...
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How to safely double-encrypt a secret?

Imagine two persons: Alice and Bob. We have a generated secret value that is valuable and has to be encrypted in a way that both can't reveal the value on their own but only when they both confirm. ...
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RSA Protocol behind Yaksha Security System

So I'm reading over the Yaksha Security System and see it is based on the RSA cryptosystem and a centralized server, easy enough. What I'm slightly confused on is the math behind the related keys. It ...
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How does partial key escrow work?

It is being speculated that one of the ways that NSA leaker Edward Snowden may have created his "insurance policy" – distributing sensitive documents to various individuals with instructions to ...
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How to require two keyholders to decrypt a document?

I want to create a system to encrypt a document and store it with a 3rd party, but not have the 3rd party be able to decrypt it until some unspecified later date. It seems like the solution would be ...
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Could one construct a cipher that is secure for friendly parties to use but insecure for hostile parties?

Consider the situation of a nation state (Blue) at war with another nation state (Red). Blue wants to deploy a secure cipher that blue currently can not break, but they are considered that Red could ...
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