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David Cary
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2 votes

What do you call a random number that affects the calculation, but not the result?

1 vote
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Is there a name for strong human-computable encryption schemes? Are there definitions for "human-computable"?

3 votes

Does machine cryptography only consist of rotor machines?

1 vote
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Is there a hash function that is semi-two-way?

1 vote

Hash function as secure as one-time pad?

4 votes

Can we use LEGO bricks to construct a cipher algorithm?

0 votes

Can I encrypt a message by swapping bits in the text?

0 votes

Crypto-Compression Algorithms?

0 votes

Modes of operation that simply uses the tweak of a tweakable block cipher

1 vote

Is the decompression of compressed and encrypted data without decryption also theoretically impossible?

3 votes

Performing simple arithmetic operations on compressed, and both compressed and encrypted data

2 votes

Are there any (asymmetric) cryptographic primitives not relying on arithmetic over prime fields and/or finite fields?

1 vote
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Securing Data via secret key that must be revealed later

1 vote

Securing Data via secret key that must be revealed later

2 votes

Speeding up the Denning-Sacco protocol?

1 vote

Distributed key generation + signature scheme?

2 votes
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Pseudorandom function of different keys

5 votes

What are some hashes that do not exhibit the avalanche effect?

1 vote

Any stream cipher with avalanche effect?

2 votes

How to convert a set of sequential integers into a set of unique random numbers?

0 votes

What asymmetric key exchange algorithms are known besides DH?

1 vote

Key length requirement in a simple XOR implementation

3 votes

How secure is a client-side javascript encrypter?

1 vote

How can I make my cipher show the avalanche effect?

1 vote

digital signature on image and text

1 vote

Secure randomized data matching?

2 votes

Proving that a node is the only child

2 votes

Best modern cipher for morse code?

3 votes

Selective format-compliant JPEG encryption?

2 votes
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Coin flipping with limited communication between participants