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Paul Uszak
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How can hashes be unique if they are limited in number?

37 votes

Why doesn't steganography increase the size of an uncompressed image?

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Differences between industrial and military cryptography

21 votes

Using Tweets as a Random seed

14 votes

Radioactive Decay, Gaussian or Uniform?

14 votes

Why do some people believe that humans are "bad at" generating random numbers/characters like this?

13 votes

Can I say "I have encrypted something" if I hash something?

12 votes

S-box basic question

12 votes

Examples of frauds discovered because someone tried to mimic a random sequence

10 votes

Can you use memory errors as a source of randomness for cryptography?

10 votes

Is a PRG more costly than AES or any other encryption standard?

9 votes

Timing-Safety in JVM-Languages

9 votes

Is there a standard, or widely accepted convention, for magic constants in crypto software?

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Steganography - How many bytes of information can you hide in a $1024 \times 768$ photo?

9 votes

Does Terra Quantum AG break AES and Hash Algorithms?

8 votes

If cryptographic hashes are completely unique, could they theoretically be used to transfer data?

8 votes

Rubik's Cube as Encryption

8 votes

Cryptography's random number problem?

7 votes
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What's the reason for Monte Carlo tests for block ciphers?

7 votes

Is RC4 secure with a single-use 32-byte random key prefix and 3072 prefix bytes discarded?

7 votes

How were one-time pads and keys historically generated?

7 votes

Which test suit is better to say if PRNG is CSPRNG:TestU01 or NIST?

7 votes

Would sending audio fragments over a phone call be considered a form of cryptology?

7 votes
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Are the null bytes produced by a True Random Number Generator a security issue when using it as a source of entropy for keys in One-time pad?

6 votes

Key generation from partially random data

6 votes

Random number generator issue

6 votes

Time Based encryption

6 votes

How many bits in the resultant hash will change, if the x bits are changed in its the original input?

6 votes

Why can't we give block ciphers larger keys?

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How likely is a AES KDF bypass?

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