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AleksanderCH
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4 votes

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

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Will Fernet’s key function at any timeframe?

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Secure enigma machine?

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Factorization of the public value $N$ from the RSA cryptosystem

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Cracking a hash when you know the result?

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Why use symmetric encryption with Public Key?

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Cryptoanalysis using Frequency Analysis

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In Diffie-Hellman, are $g$ and $p$ universal constants or are they chosen by one party according to a set of rules?

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Would XDES be more secure than 3DES, where X is a number > 3?

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Has the distributed project "Number Fields @ Home" project benefited cryptography in any meaningful way?

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What role plays Quantum Fourier Transformation in Shor's integer factorization algorithm?

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Block chain and storage issues

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Input limitations on the RC6 cipher

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What form of ECC can we use to make sure our newly invented ECC based crypto-systems are quantum secure?

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Searching for a zero knowledge proofs

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Two working decipher keys giving various, valid results for one ciphered message - is it possible?

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How can I share a number with an opponent?

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Is it possible to determine public key if you know private key?

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sha256 of a file

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What risks are involved when choosing a curve for an implementation of ECC?

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What is perfect secrecy?

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Statistics on the frequency of usage of RSA key public exponents

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Bulletproofs range proof of value provided from trusted third party

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Assumptions on one-way functions

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Is it possible to use X.509 for a symmetric-key algorithm?

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Characteristic of Public Key?

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Example of cryptography random number

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ae9e8d4b40b609cc99c7857722888eb7683c6951cb5e5d2e5c725063cfc1f015

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Is a hash more or just equally representative of the first [hashlength] bytes of the hashed one-time pad?

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