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AleksanderCH
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Crypto AG (Switzerland) - Which algorithms were used and how did the backdoors work?

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Is it possible to get the SHA256 hash collision with partial known data

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Having two messages and a result ciphertext, is it possible to know which one was encrypted using One Time Pad?

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What is batching in homomorphic encryption?

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Will Fernet’s key function at any timeframe?

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Is random.org truly reliable?

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Is it reasonable to consider that an encryption scheme must be invertible?

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Personal ledgible quick cipher

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Asymmetric Cryptography decryption

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Why are there standards of encryption?

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What's a relatively fast way of checking if a string is decrypted English?

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Using cryptographically random password as both the password and the salt

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Secure enigma machine?

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Why is it difficult to encrypt large amounts of information using quantum key distribution?

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Why are good passwords required if we use good hashing algorithms?

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Any known cases of lucky collisions resulting in security breaches?

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Tiny AES vs AES algorithm

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Why are in asymmetric cryptography as many keys as people involved needed?

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Why use symmetric encryption with Public Key?

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Does there exist a public database of RSA-2048 moduli and their factors?

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What's different between ground setting and ring set in the Enigma machine?

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Why use complex encryption algorithms?

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Decrypting a substitution cipher, but with symbols instead of letters

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How many hashes for high probability of finding a collision (specific case)?

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Hashing large messages, how does it work?

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

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How to protect against brute force attacks in the case of a small dictionary?

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Can frequency attack be successful on Vigenère cipher?

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Enigma message decode errors, and protocols to prevent them

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For a hashing function like MD5, how similar can two plaintext strings be and still generate the same hash?