September 2013 Archives by author
Starting: Sun Sep 1 07:11:06 EDT 2013
Ending: Mon Sep 30 23:50:10 EDT 2013
Messages: 891
- [Cryptography] Other curves and algos used in France
Erwann ABALEA
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Joe Abley
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Joe Abley
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
Robin Alden
- [Cryptography] Laws and cryptography
Grégory Alvarez
- [Cryptography] Evaluating draft-agl-tls-chacha20poly1305
Alexandre Anzala-Yamajako
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] Washington Post: Google racing to encrypt links between data centers
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] AES state of the art...
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] Seed values for NIST curves
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] What TLS ciphersuites are still OK?
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] Seed values for NIST curves
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] Radioactive random numbers
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] Perfection versus Forward Secrecy
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] Perfection versus Forward Secrecy
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] Quantum Computers for Shor's Algorithm (was Re: Perfection versus Forward Secrecy)
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] Security is a total system problem (was Re: Perfection versus Forward Secrecy)
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] The paranoid approach to crypto-plumbing
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] paranoid cryptoplumbing is a probably not defending the weakest point
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] paranoid cryptoplumbing is a probably not defending the weakest point
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] TLS2
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] TLS2
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] encoding formats should not be committee'ized
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] encoding formats should not be committee'ized
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] encoding formats should not be committee'ized
Mark Atwood
- [Cryptography] encoding formats should not be committee'ized
Mark Atwood
- [Cryptography] encoding formats should not be committee'ized
Mark Atwood
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Adam Back
- [Cryptography] prism proof email, namespaces, and anonymity
Adam Back
- [Cryptography] forward-secrecy >=2048-bit in legacy browser/servers? (Re: RSA equivalent key length/strength)
Adam Back
- [Cryptography] TLS2
Adam Back
- [Cryptography] TLS2
Adam Back
- [Cryptography] three crypto lists - why and which
Adam Back
- [Cryptography] Techniques for malevolent crypto hardware
Kent Borg
- [Cryptography] Techniques for malevolent crypto hardware
Kent Borg
- [Cryptography] Techniques for malevolent crypto hardware
Kent Borg
- [Cryptography] Finding Entropy Isn't That Hard
Kent Borg
- [Cryptography] Finding Entropy Isn't That Hard
Kent Borg
- [Cryptography] Finding Entropy Isn't That Hard
Kent Borg
- [Cryptography] real random numbers
Kent Borg
- [Cryptography] real random numbers
Kent Borg
- [Cryptography] real random numbers
Kent Borg
- [Cryptography] Broken RNG Generating Taiwanese Citizen Digital Certificates
Kent Borg
- [Cryptography] Gilmore response to NSA mathematician's "make rules for NSA" appeal
Kent Borg
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Peter Bowen
- [Cryptography] What TLS ciphersuites are still OK?
Alan Braggins
- [Cryptography] The hypothetical random number generator backdoor
Alan Braggins
- [Cryptography] RSA recommends against use of its own products.
Alan Braggins
- [Cryptography] What TLS ciphersuites are still OK?
Hanno Böck
- [Cryptography] TLS2
Hanno Böck
- [Cryptography] NSA and cryptanalysis
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] NSA and cryptanalysis
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] FIPS, NIST and ITAR questions
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] Is ECC suspicious?
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] Suite B after today's news
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] Suite B after today's news
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] Can you backdoor a symmetric cipher (was Re: Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN")
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] Suite B after today's news
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] XORing plaintext with ciphertext
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] ElGamal, DSA randomness (was Re: Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?)
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] [cryptography] Random number generation influenced, HW RNG
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Daniel Cegiełka
- [Cryptography] tamper-evident crypto? (was: BULLRUN)
Richard Clayton
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS
James Cloos
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Bernie Cosell
- [Cryptography] Books on modern cryptanalysis
Bernie Cosell
- [Cryptography] Squaring Zooko's triangle
Paul Crowley
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS (was Re: Fwd: NYTimes.com: N.S.A. Foils Much Internet Encryption)
Paul Crowley
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Andreas Davour
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Andreas Davour
- [Cryptography] tamper-evident crypto? (was: BULLRUN)
John Denker
- [Cryptography] tamper-evident crypto?
John Denker
- [Cryptography] Market demands for security (was Re: Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN")
John Denker
- [Cryptography] auditing a hardware RNG
John Denker
- [Cryptography] real random numbers
John Denker
- [Cryptography] real random numbers
John Denker
- [Cryptography] real random numbers
John Denker
- [Cryptography] real random numbers
John Denker
- [Cryptography] heterotic authority + web-of-trust + pinning
John Denker
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Tim Dierks
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Tim Dierks
- [Cryptography] About those fingerprints ...
Tim Dierks
- [Cryptography] Functional specification for email client?
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] Three kinds of hash: Two are still under ITAR.
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] Bruce Schneier has gotten seriously spooked
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] Suite B after today's news
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] [tor-talk] NIST approved crypto in Tor?
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] MITM source patching [was Schneier got spooked]
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] Suite B after today's news
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] [cryptography] Random number generation influenced, HW RNG
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] Impossible trapdoor systems (was Re: Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN")
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] A lot to learn from "Business Records FISA NSA Review"
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] RSA recommends against use of its own products.
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] RSA recommends against use of its own products.
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS
The Doctor
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS
The Doctor
- [Cryptography] Bruce Schneier has gotten seriously spooked
The Doctor
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS
The Doctor
- [Cryptography] NSA and cryptanalysis
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] Bruce Schneier has gotten seriously spooked
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] Impossible trapdoor systems (was Re: Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN")
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] Market demands for security (was Re: Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN")
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] Techniques for malevolent crypto hardware
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] [cryptography] Random number generation influenced, HW RNG
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] Squaring Zooko's triangle
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] Random number generation influenced, HW RNG
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] Usage models (was Re: In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help)
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] Random number generation influenced, HW RNG
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] RSA recommends against use of its own products.
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] NIST about to weaken SHA3?
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] RSA recommends against use of its own products.
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] NIST about to weaken SHA3?
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] NIST about to weaken SHA3?
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] TLS2
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] encoding formats should not be committee'ized
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] NIST about to weaken SHA3?
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] NIST about to weaken SHA3?
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] Sha3
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] About those fingerprints ...
Andrew W. Donoho
- [Cryptography] About those fingerprints ...
Andrew W. Donoho
- [Cryptography] About those fingerprints ...
Ramsey Dow
- [Cryptography] Speaking of EDH (GnuTLS interoperability)
Viktor Dukhovni
- [Cryptography] Techniques for malevolent crypto hardware
Viktor Dukhovni
- [Cryptography] Time for djb's Edwards curves in TLS?
Viktor Dukhovni
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS (was Re: Fwd: NYTimes.com: N.S.A. Foils Much Internet Encryption)
Viktor Dukhovni
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
Viktor Dukhovni
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
Viktor Dukhovni
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
Viktor Dukhovni
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
Viktor Dukhovni
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Viktor Dukhovni
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Viktor Dukhovni
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Viktor Dukhovni
- [Cryptography] NIST about to weaken SHA3?
Viktor Dukhovni
- [Cryptography] NIST about to weaken SHA3?
Viktor Dukhovni
- [Cryptography] NIST about to weaken SHA3?
Viktor Dukhovni
- [Cryptography] XORing plaintext with ciphertext
Carl Ellison
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Peter Fairbrother
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS (was Re: Fwd: NYTimes.com: N.S.A. Foils Much Internet Encryption)
Peter Fairbrother
- [Cryptography] In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help
Peter Fairbrother
- [Cryptography] A Likely Story!
Peter Fairbrother
- [Cryptography] A Likely Story!
Peter Fairbrother
- [Cryptography] Thoughts about keys
Peter Fairbrother
- [Cryptography] [cryptography] SSH uses secp256/384r1 which has the same parameters as what's in SEC2 which are the same the parameters as specified in SP800-90 for Dual EC DRBG!
Peter Fairbrother
- [Cryptography] What TLS ciphersuites are still OK?
Peter Fairbrother
- [Cryptography] Thoughts about keys
Peter Fairbrother
- [Cryptography] Squaring Zooko's triangle
Peter Fairbrother
- [Cryptography] Squaring Zooko's triangle
Peter Fairbrother
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Peter Fairbrother
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Peter Fairbrother
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Peter Fairbrother
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Peter Fairbrother
- [Cryptography] forward-secrecy >=2048-bit in legacy browser/servers? (Re: RSA equivalent key length/strength)
Peter Fairbrother
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Peter Fairbrother
- [Cryptography] An NSA mathematician shares his from-the-trenches view of the agency's surveillance activities
Pat Farrell
- [Cryptography] What TLS ciphersuites are still OK?
Stephen Farrell
- [Cryptography] What TLS ciphersuites are still OK?
Stephen Farrell
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Stephen Farrell
- [Cryptography] Gilmore response to NSA mathematician's "make rules for NSA" appeal
Stephen Farrell
- [Cryptography] TLS2
Stephen Farrell
- [Cryptography] Thoughts about keys
Faré
- [Cryptography] Thoughts about keys
Faré
- [Cryptography] A strategy to circumvent patents?
Faré
- [Cryptography] FIPS, NIST and ITAR questions
Faré
- [Cryptography] FIPS, NIST and ITAR questions
Faré
- [Cryptography] FIPS, NIST and ITAR questions
Faré
- [Cryptography] Trapdoor symmetric key
Faré
- [Cryptography] Some protection against replay attacks
Faré
- [Cryptography] Email and IM are ideal candidates for mix networks
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] The paranoid approach to crypto-plumbing
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] The paranoid approach to crypto-plumbing
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] The paranoid approach to crypto-plumbing
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] The paranoid approach to crypto-plumbing
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] The paranoid approach to crypto-plumbing
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] Specification: Prism Proof Email
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] Hardware Trojan Protection
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] check-summed keys in secret ciphers?
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] check-summed keys in secret ciphers?
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] NIST about to weaken SHA3?
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] IA side subverted by SIGINT side
John Gilmore
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
John Gilmore
- [Cryptography] NSA hates sunshine
John Gilmore
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
John Gilmore
- [Cryptography] Points of compromise
John Gilmore
- [Cryptography] Laws and cryptography
John Gilmore
- [Cryptography] Perfection versus Forward Secrecy
John Gilmore
- [Cryptography] Matthew Green on BULLRUN: briefly censored
John Gilmore
- [Cryptography] A lot to learn from "Business Records FISA NSA Review"
John Gilmore
- [Cryptography] An NSA mathematician shares his from-the-trenches view of the agency's surveillance activities
John Gilmore
- [Cryptography] Gilmore response to NSA mathematician's "make rules for NSA" appeal
John Gilmore
- [Cryptography] An NSA mathematician shares his from-the-trenches view of the agency's surveillance activities
John Gilmore
- [Cryptography] FISA court releases its "Primary Order" re telephone metadata
John Gilmore
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
John Gilmore
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Kristian Gjøsteen
- [Cryptography] [cryptography] SSH uses secp256/384r1 which has the same parameters as what's in SEC2 which are the same the parameters as specified in SP800-90 for Dual EC DRBG!
Kristian Gjøsteen
- [Cryptography] RSA recommends against use of its own products.
Kristian Gjøsteen
- [Cryptography] Bruce Schneier has gotten seriously spooked
Brian Gladman
- [Cryptography] Bruce Schneier has gotten seriously spooked
Brian Gladman
- [Cryptography] IPv6 and IPSEC
Lucky Green
- [Cryptography] IPv6 and IPSEC
Lucky Green
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Lucky Green
- [Cryptography] End to end
Christoph Gruber
- [Cryptography] End to end
Christoph Gruber
- [Cryptography] Keeping backups (was Re: Separating concerns
Dirk-Willem van Gulik
- [Cryptography] Is ECC suspicious?
Dirk-Willem van Gulik
- [Cryptography] Security is a total system problem (was Re: Perfection versus Forward Secrecy)
Dirk-Willem van Gulik
- [Cryptography] Cryptographic mailto: URI
Dirk-Willem van Gulik
- [Cryptography] Cryptographic mailto: URI
Dirk-Willem van Gulik
- [Cryptography] tamper-evident crypto? (was: BULLRUN)
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] Implementations, attacks on DHTs, Mix Nets?
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] Why human-readable IDs (was Re: Email and IM are ideal candidates for mix networks)
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] NSA and cryptanalysis
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] Keeping backups (was Re: Separating concerns
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] Suite B after today's news
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] Suite B after today's news
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] Suite B after today's news
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] Protecting Private Keys
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] Suite B after today's news
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] Suite B after today's news
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] Market demands for security (was Re: Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN")
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] Suite B after today's news
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] Suite B after today's news
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] Radioactive random numbers
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] The paranoid approach to crypto-plumbing
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] Gilmore response to NSA mathematician's "make rules for NSA" appeal
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] RSA recommends against use of its own products.
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] RSA recommends against use of its own products.
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] forward-secrecy >=2048-bit in legacy browser/servers? (Re: RSA equivalent key length/strength)
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] RSA recommends against use of its own products.
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] TLS2
Philipp Gühring
- [Cryptography] NSA and cryptanalysis
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] NSA and cryptanalysis
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Keeping backups (was Re: Separating concerns
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] NSA and cryptanalysis
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Backup is completely separate
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Three kinds of hash: Two are still under ITAR.
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Hashes into Ciphers
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Google's Public Key Size (was Re: NSA and cryptanalysis)
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] tamper-evident crypto? (was: BULLRUN)
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Protecting Private Keys
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] MITM source patching [was Schneier got spooked]
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Trapdoor symmetric key
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Trapdoor symmetric key
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Points of compromise
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Market demands for security (was Re: Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN")
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] The One True Cipher Suite
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] The One True Cipher Suite
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Defenses against pervasive versus targeted intercept
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS (was Re: Fwd: NYTimes.com: N.S.A. Foils Much Internet Encryption)
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS (was Re: Fwd: NYTimes.com: N.S.A. Foils Much Internet Encryption)
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Summary of the discussion so far
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] End to end
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] MITM source patching [was Schneier got spooked]
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] End to end
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] An NSA mathematician shares his from-the-trenches view of the agency's surveillance activities
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Cryptographic mailto: URI
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Cryptographic mailto: URI
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Specification: Prism Proof Email
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] InfoRequest: How to configure email clients to accept encrypted S/MIME
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] The hypothetical random number generator backdoor
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] The hypothetical random number generator backdoor
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] RSA recommends against use of its own products.
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Thoughts on hardware randomness sources
Sandy Harris
- [Cryptography] real random numbers
Sandy Harris
- [Cryptography] The paranoid approach to crypto-plumbing
Sandy Harris
- [Cryptography] The hypothetical random number generator backdoor
Gerardus Hendricks
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Jaap-Henk Hoepman
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Jaap-Henk Hoepman
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Jaap-Henk Hoepman
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Jaap-Henk Hoepman
- [Cryptography] Google's Public Key Size (was Re: NSA and cryptanalysis)
Paul Hoffman
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Paul Hoffman
- [Cryptography] Usage models (was Re: In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help)
Walter van Holst
- [Cryptography] Gilmore response to NSA mathematician's "make rules for NSA" appeal
Walter van Holst
- [Cryptography] Suite B after today's news
Ralph Holz
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS
Ralph Holz
- [Cryptography] Suite B after today's news
Ralph Holz
- [Cryptography] Suite B after today's news
Ralph Holz
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Ralph Holz
- [Cryptography] psyops
David Honig
- [Cryptography] XORing plaintext with ciphertext
Dave Horsfall
- [Cryptography] XORing plaintext with ciphertext
Dave Horsfall
- [Cryptography] Radioactive random numbers
Dave Horsfall
- [Cryptography] Radioactive random numbers
Dave Horsfall
- [Cryptography] RSA recommends against use of its own products.
Dave Horsfall
- [Cryptography] AES [was NSA and cryptanalysis]
Dave Howe
- [Cryptography] NSA and cryptanalysis
Christian Huitema
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Christian Huitema
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Christian Huitema
- [Cryptography] Market demands for security (was Re: Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN")
Christian Huitema
- [Cryptography] Der Spiegel: "NSA Can Spy on Smart Phone Data"
Christian Huitema
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Christian Huitema
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
Christian Huitema
- [Cryptography] tamper-evident crypto? (was: BULLRUN)
Charles Jackson
- [Cryptography] Availability of plaintext/ciphertext pairs (was Re: In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help)
Raphael Jacquot
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS (was Re: Fwd: NYTimes.com: N.S.A. Foils Much Internet Encryption)
Raphaël Jacquot
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Lance James
- [Cryptography] FISA court releases its "Primary Order" re telephone metadata
Alfie John
- [Cryptography] [cryptography] Random number generation influenced, HW RNG
David Johnston
- [Cryptography] The Case for Formal Verification
Derek Jones
- [Cryptography] The Case for Formal Verification
Derek Jones
- [Cryptography] Books on modern cryptanalysis
Jonathan Katz
- [Cryptography] NSA and cryptanalysis
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] Backup is completely separate
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] FIPS, NIST and ITAR questions
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] FIPS, NIST and ITAR questions
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] XORing plaintext with ciphertext
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] [cryptography] Random number generation influenced, HW RNG
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] Market demands for security (was Re: Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN")
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] Techniques for malevolent crypto hardware
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] Techniques for malevolent crypto hardware
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] Random number generation influenced, HW RNG
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] Random number generation influenced, HW RNG
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] Fw: how could ECC params be subverted & other evidence
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS (was Re: Fwd: NYTimes.com: N.S.A. Foils Much Internet Encryption)
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] prism proof email, namespaces, and anonymity
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] one time pads
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] Security is a total system problem (was Re: Perfection versus Forward Secrecy)
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] real random numbers
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] real random numbers
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] prism proof email, namespaces, and anonymity
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] The paranoid approach to crypto-plumbing
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] The paranoid approach to crypto-plumbing
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] The paranoid approach to crypto-plumbing
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] Gilmore response to NSA mathematician's "make rules for NSA" appeal
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] The hypothetical random number generator backdoor
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] Gilmore response to NSA mathematician's "make rules for NSA" appeal
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] check-summed keys in secret ciphers?
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] Sha3
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] NIST announcement about Dual_EC_DRBG
John Kemp
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
John Kemp
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
John Kemp
- [Cryptography] Thoughts on hardware randomness sources
Rob Kendrick
- [Cryptography] In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help
Max Kington
- [Cryptography] Usage models (was Re: In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help)
Max Kington
- [Cryptography] SPDZ, a practical protocol for Multi-Party Computation
Max Kington
- [Cryptography] Books on modern cryptanalysis
Max Kington
- [Cryptography] Summary of the discussion so far
Max Kington
- [Cryptography] prism proof email, namespaces, and anonymity
Max Kington
- [Cryptography] End to end
Max Kington
- [Cryptography] End to end
Max Kington
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
Max Kington
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Tero Kivinen
- [Cryptography] FIPS, NIST and ITAR questions
Alexander Klimov
- [Cryptography] [cryptography] SSH uses secp256/384r1 which has the same parameters as what's in SEC2 which are the same the parameters as specified in SP800-90 for Dual EC DRBG!
Alexander Klimov
- [Cryptography] AES state of the art...
Alexander Klimov
- [Cryptography] A Likely Story!
Alexander Klimov
- [Cryptography] Bruce Schneier has gotten seriously spooked
Harald Koch
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Benjamin Kreuter
- [Cryptography] Johns Hopkins round table on NSA and Crypto
Jens Kubieziel
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
David Kuehling
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
David Kuehling
- [Cryptography] Radioactive random numbers
Chris Kuethe
- [Cryptography] real random numbers
Watson Ladd
- [Cryptography] The paranoid approach to crypto-plumbing
Watson Ladd
- [Cryptography] NIST about to weaken SHA3?
Watson Ladd
- [Cryptography] Evaluating draft-agl-tls-chacha20poly1305
Adam Langley
- [Cryptography] Evaluating draft-agl-tls-chacha20poly1305
Adam Langley
- [Cryptography] Evaluating draft-agl-tls-chacha20poly1305
Adam Langley
- [Cryptography] Thoughts about keys
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] Hashes into Ciphers
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS (was Re: Fwd: NYTimes.com: N.S.A. Foils Much Internet Encryption)
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] Using Raspberry Pis
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] Suite B after today's news
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] Suite B after today's news
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] What TLS ciphersuites are still OK?
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] Suite B after today's news
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] What TLS ciphersuites are still OK?
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] What TLS ciphersuites are still OK?
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] End to end
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] [cryptography] TLS2
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] Finding Entropy Isn't That Hard
Marcus Leech
- [Cryptography] Washington Post: Google racing to encrypt links between data centers
Marcus D. Leech
- [Cryptography] In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help
Marcus D. Leech
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Marcus D. Leech
- [Cryptography] Using Raspberry Pis
Marcus D. Leech
- [Cryptography] In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help
Marcus D. Leech
- [Cryptography] Thoughts on hardware randomness sources
Marcus D. Leech
- [Cryptography] Thoughts on hardware randomness sources
Marcus D. Leech
- [Cryptography] Radioactive random numbers
Marcus D. Leech
- [Cryptography] Thoughts on hardware randomness sources
Marcus D. Leech
- [Cryptography] Thoughts on hardware randomness sources
Marcus D. Leech
- [Cryptography] NSA and cryptanalysis
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] NSA and cryptanalysis
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] NSA and cryptanalysis
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] NSA and cryptanalysis
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] NSA and cryptanalysis
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] NSA and cryptanalysis
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] A strategy to circumvent patents?
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] FIPS, NIST and ITAR questions
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Hashes into Ciphers
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] FIPS, NIST and ITAR questions
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Can you backdoor a symmetric cipher (was Re: Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN")
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Sabotaged hardware (was Re: Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN")
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Aside on random numbers (was Re: Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN")
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Bruce Schneier has gotten seriously spooked
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] XORing plaintext with ciphertext
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Protecting Private Keys
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] How to get really paranoid
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] New task for the NSA
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Symmetric cipher + Backdoor = Public Key System
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Usage models (was Re: In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help)
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Der Spiegel: "NSA Can Spy on Smart Phone Data"
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Der Spiegel: "NSA Can Spy on Smart Phone Data"
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Techniques for malevolent crypto hardware
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Points of compromise
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Usage models (was Re: In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help)
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Impossible trapdoor systems (was Re: Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN")
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Market demands for security (was Re: Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN")
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Techniques for malevolent crypto hardware
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] The One True Cipher Suite
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Availability of plaintext/ciphertext pairs (was Re: In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help)
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] how could ECC params be subverted & other evidence
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Availability of plaintext/ciphertext pairs (was Re: In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help)
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Availability of plaintext/ciphertext pairs (was Re: In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help)
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Availability of plaintext/ciphertext pairs (was Re: In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help)
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] About those fingerprints ...
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] About those fingerprints ...
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Random number generation influenced, HW RNG
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Availability of plaintext/ciphertext pairs (was Re: In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help)
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Killing two IV related birds with one stone
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] About those fingerprints ...
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Credit for Trusting Trust
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Thoughts on hardware randomness sources
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] real random numbers
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] The paranoid approach to crypto-plumbing
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] The paranoid approach to crypto-plumbing
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] The paranoid approach to crypto-plumbing
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] paranoid cryptoplumbing is a probably not defending the weakest point
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] The paranoid approach to crypto-plumbing
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Some (limited) info about Apple A7 security for fingerprints, keychains
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] RSA recommends against use of its own products.
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] What is Intel® Core™ vPro™ Technology Animation
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] What is Intel® Core™ vPro™ Technology Animation
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] The hypothetical random number generator backdoor
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] RSA recommends against use of its own products.
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] The hypothetical random number generator backdoor
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] The hypothetical random number generator backdoor
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] RSA recommends against use of its own products.
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] RSA recommends against use of its own products.
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] check-summed keys in secret ciphers?
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] encoding formats should not be committee'ized
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Eugen Leitl
- [Cryptography] Bruce Schneier has gotten seriously spooked
Eugen Leitl
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Eugen Leitl
- [Cryptography] [liberationtech] Random number generation being influenced - rumors
Eugen Leitl
- [Cryptography] [tor-talk] NIST approved crypto in Tor?
Eugen Leitl
- [Cryptography] [cryptography] Random number generation influenced, HW RNG
Eugen Leitl
- [Cryptography] Washington Post: Google racing to encrypt links between data centers
Eugen Leitl
- [Cryptography] Washington Post: Google racing to encrypt links between data centers
Eugen Leitl
- [Cryptography] [cryptography] Random number generation influenced, HW RNG
Eugen Leitl
- [Cryptography] MITM source patching [was Schneier got spooked]
Eugen Leitl
- [Cryptography] [tor-talk] NIST approved crypto in Tor?
Eugen Leitl
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Eugen Leitl
- [Cryptography] very little is missing for working BTNS in Openswan
Eugen Leitl
- [Cryptography] SSH uses secp256/384r1 which has the same parameters as what's in SEC2 which are the same the parameters as specified in SP800-90 for Dual EC DRBG!
Eugen Leitl
- [Cryptography] IETF: Security and Pervasive Monitoring
Eugen Leitl
- [Cryptography] Scott Aaaronson: NSA: Possibly breaking US laws, but still bound by laws of computational complexity
Eugen Leitl
- [Cryptography] Thoughts about keys
Eugen Leitl
- [Cryptography] SPDZ, a practical protocol for Multi-Party Computation
Eugen Leitl
- [Cryptography] NIST reopens RNG public comment period
Eugen Leitl
- [Cryptography] Perfection versus Forward Secrecy
Eugen Leitl
- [Cryptography] Introducing strangers. Was: Thoughts about keys
Eugen Leitl
- [Cryptography] Radioactive random numbers
Eugen Leitl
- [Cryptography] Stealthy Dopant-Level Hardware Trojans
Eugen Leitl
- [Cryptography] Gilmore response to NSA mathematician's "make rules for NSA" appeal
Eugen Leitl
- [Cryptography] [cryptography] Asynchronous forward secrecy encryption
Eugen Leitl
- [Cryptography] NSA and cryptanalysis
Jack Lloyd
- [Cryptography] Suite B after today's news
Jack Lloyd
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
Albert Lunde
- [Cryptography] Suite B after today's news
Dan McDonald
- [Cryptography] I have to whistle to blow...
Dan McDonald
- [Cryptography] Bruce Schneier has gotten seriously spooked
Dan McDonald
- [Cryptography] The paranoid approach to crypto-plumbing
Dan McDonald
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
David Mercer
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
David Mercer
- [Cryptography] NSA and cryptanalysis
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] NSA and cryptanalysis
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] NSA and cryptanalysis
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Thoughts about keys
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] NSA and cryptanalysis
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Thoughts about keys
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] NSA and cryptanalysis
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] NSA and cryptanalysis
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] NSA and cryptanalysis
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] NSA and cryptanalysis
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Hashes into Ciphers (was Re: FIPS, NIST and ITAR questions)
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Hashes into Ciphers
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] IPv6 and IPSEC
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] NY Times: "NSA Foils Much Internet Encryption"
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] The Guardian: "US and UK spy agencies defeat privacy and security on the internet"
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] ADMIN: Please, please, please don't top post.
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Bruce Schneier in The Guardian on BULLRUN etc.
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Is ECC suspicious?
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] tamper-evident crypto? (was: BULLRUN)
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] ADMIN: less Snowden, more Crypto
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Can you backdoor a symmetric cipher (was Re: Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN")
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Can you backdoor a symmetric cipher
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Aside on random numbers (was Re: Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN")
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Sabotaged hardware (was Re: Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN")
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS (was Re: Fwd: NYTimes.com: N.S.A. Foils Much Internet Encryption)
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Matthew Green on BULLRUN
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] 1024 bit DH still common in Tor network
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Bruce Schneier calls for independent prosecutor to investigate NSA
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Washington Post: Google racing to encrypt links between data centers
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] ADMIN: Reminder, yet again...
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] NYTimes: Legislation Seeks to Bar N.S.A. Tactic in Encryption
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Symmetric cipher + Backdoor = Public Key System
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Does NSA break in to endpoints (was Re: Bruce Schneier has gotten seriously spooked)
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] ElGamal, DSA randomness (was Re: Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?)
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] ADMIN: Volume, top posting, trimming, SUBJECT LINES
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Replacing CAs (was Re: Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?)
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Why are some protocols hard to deploy? (was Re: Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN")
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Techniques for malevolent crypto hardware (Re: Suite B after today's news)
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Impossible trapdoor systems (was Re: Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN")
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Market demands for security (was Re: Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN")
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Techniques for malevolent crypto hardware
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Usage models (was Re: In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help)
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Techniques for malevolent crypto hardware
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Der Spiegel: "NSA Can Spy on Smart Phone Data"
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] AES state of the art...
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Paper on Tor deanonymization: "Users Get Routed"
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Techniques for malevolent crypto hardware
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] ADMIN: traffic levels
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] [cryptography] SSH uses secp256/384r1 which has the same parameters as what's in SEC2 which are the same the parameters as specified in SP800-90 for Dual EC DRBG!
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] AES state of the art...
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Random number generation influenced, HW RNG
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] how could ECC params be subverted & other evidence
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] ADMIN: differing subscription and sender addresses
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] [cryptography] SSH uses secp256/384r1 which has the same parameters as what's in SEC2 which are the same the parameters as specified in SP800-90 for Dual EC DRBG!
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Random number generation influenced, HW RNG
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Fw: how could ECC params be subverted & other evidence
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Reports: NSA, GCHQ used forged certs to impersonate Google
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Techniques for malevolent crypto hardware
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Fw: how could ECC params be subverted & other evidence
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Availability of plaintext/ciphertext pairs (was Re: In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help)
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] ADMIN: Ending thread "The One True Cipher Suite"
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] soft chewy center
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] EFF press release on latest FISA opinions release
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] ADMIN: Please pick appropriate Subject lines...
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Random number generation influenced, HW RNG
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Availability of plaintext/ciphertext pairs (was Re: In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help)
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Killing two IV related birds with one stone
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Radioactive random numbers
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Killing two IV related birds with one stone
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Radioactive random numbers
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Radioactive random numbers
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Killing two IV related birds with one stone
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Stealthy Dopant-Level Hardware Trojans
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Summary of the discussion so far
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Security is a total system problem (was Re: Perfection versus Forward Secrecy)
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Summary of the discussion so far
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] prism proof email, namespaces, and anonymity
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Key management, key storage. (was Re: prism proof email, namespaces, and anonymity)
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Quantum Computers for Shor's Algorithm (was Re: Perfection versus Forward Secrecy)
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Quantum Computers for Shor's Algorithm (was Re: Perfection versus Forward Secrecy)
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] ADMIN: entropy of randomness discussion is falling...
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] A lot to learn from "Business Records FISA NSA Review"
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Apple and Certificate Pinning
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] AES [was NSA and cryptanalysis]
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Radioactive random numbers
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] The paranoid approach to crypto-plumbing
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] paranoid cryptoplumbing is a probably not defending the weakest point
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Radioactive random numbers
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Ivan Ristić blog post on TLS best practices
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Ars Technica on the Taiwanese National ID smart card break
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] paranoid cryptoplumbing is a probably not defending the weakest point
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] paranoid cryptoplumbing is a probably not defending the weakest point
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Johns Hopkins round table on NSA and Crypto
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] NIST about to weaken SHA3?
Christoph Anton Mitterer
- [Cryptography] NIST about to weaken SHA3?
Christoph Anton Mitterer
- [Cryptography] AES [was NSA and cryptanalysis]
William Muriithi
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Eric Murray
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Eric Murray
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Eric Murray
- [Cryptography] Der Spiegel: "NSA Can Spy on Smart Phone Data"
Tony Naggs
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
Russell Nelson
- [Cryptography] Seed values for NIST curves
Nemo
- [Cryptography] Availability of plaintext/ciphertext pairs (was Re: In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help)
Nemo
- [Cryptography] Availability of plaintext/ciphertext pairs (was Re: In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help)
Nemo
- [Cryptography] Availability of plaintext/ciphertext pairs (was Re: In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help)
Nemo
- [Cryptography] Summary of the discussion so far
Nemo
- [Cryptography] Availability of plaintext/ciphertext pairs (was Re: In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help)
Nemo
- [Cryptography] Hashes into Ciphers (was Re: FIPS, NIST and ITAR questions)
Stephan Neuhaus
- [Cryptography] The paranoid approach to crypto-plumbing
Stephan Neuhaus
- [Cryptography] MITM source patching [was Schneier got spooked]
Tim Newsham
- [Cryptography] MITM source patching [was Schneier got spooked]
Tim Newsham
- [Cryptography] AES [was NSA and cryptanalysis]
Tim Newsham
- [Cryptography] The Case for Formal Verification
Tim Newsham
- [Cryptography] The Case for Formal Verification
Tim Newsham
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Naif M. Otaibi
- [Cryptography] Washington Post: Google racing to encrypt links between data centers
Richard Outerbridge
- [Cryptography] Bruce Schneier has gotten seriously spooked
Chris Palmer
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS
Chris Palmer
- [Cryptography] Bruce Schneier has gotten seriously spooked
Chris Palmer
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Chris Palmer
- [Cryptography] Popular curves (was: NSA and cryptanalysis)
Jose Luis Gomez Pardo
- [Cryptography] Books on modern cryptanalysis
Jose Luis Gomez Pardo
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Patrick Pelletier
- [Cryptography] What TLS ciphersuites are still OK?
Phil Pennock
- [Cryptography] Key management, key storage. (was Re: prism proof email, namespaces, and anonymity)
Trevor Perrin
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Gregory Perry
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Gregory Perry
- [Cryptography] Bruce Schneier has gotten seriously spooked
Gregory Perry
- [Cryptography] Bruce Schneier has gotten seriously spooked
Gregory Perry
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Gregory Perry
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Gregory Perry
- [Cryptography] Bruce Schneier has gotten seriously spooked
Gregory Perry
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Derrell Piper
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Derrell Piper
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Derrell Piper
- [Cryptography] Protecting Private Keys
Jim Popovitch
- [Cryptography] Books on modern cryptanalysis
Andrew Righter
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Kelly John Rose
- [Cryptography] Gilmore response to NSA mathematician's "make rules for NSA" appeal
Kelly John Rose
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS (was Re: Fwd: NYTimes.com: N.S.A. Foils Much Internet Encryption)
Peter Saint-Andre
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Peter Saint-Andre
- [Cryptography] Usage models (was Re: In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help)
Peter Saint-Andre
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Salz, Rich
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Salz, Rich
- [Cryptography] About those fingerprints ...
Salz, Rich
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
Salz, Rich
- [Cryptography] encoding formats should not be committee'ized
Salz, Rich
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
Salz, Rich
- [Cryptography] FIPS, NIST and ITAR questions
Richard Salz
- [Cryptography] FIPS, NIST and ITAR questions
Richard Salz
- [Cryptography] Google's Public Key Size (was Re: NSA and cryptanalysis)
Jeffrey I. Schiller
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Jeffrey I. Schiller
- [Cryptography] Protecting Private Keys
Jeffrey I. Schiller
- [Cryptography] Protecting Private Keys
Jeffrey I. Schiller
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Jeffrey I. Schiller
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Jeffrey I. Schiller
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Jeffrey I. Schiller
- [Cryptography] What TLS ciphersuites are still OK?
Yaron Sheffer
- [Cryptography] What TLS ciphersuites are still OK?
Yaron Sheffer
- [Cryptography] Killing two IV related birds with one stone
Yaron Sheffer
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Andrea Shepard
- [Cryptography] [cryptography] Random number generation influenced, HW RNG
Owen Shepherd
- [Cryptography] Washington Post: Google racing to encrypt links between data centers
Thor Lancelot Simon
- [Cryptography] Techniques for malevolent crypto hardware (Re: Suite B after today's news)
Thor Lancelot Simon
- [Cryptography] Techniques for malevolent crypto hardware
Thor Lancelot Simon
- [Cryptography] Thoughts on hardware randomness sources
Thor Lancelot Simon
- [Cryptography] Radioactive random numbers
Thor Lancelot Simon
- [Cryptography] Evaluating draft-agl-tls-chacha20poly1305
William Allen Simpson
- [Cryptography] Evaluating draft-agl-tls-chacha20poly1305
William Allen Simpson
- [Cryptography] Evaluating draft-agl-tls-chacha20poly1305
William Allen Simpson
- [Cryptography] Evaluating draft-agl-tls-chacha20poly1305
William Allen Simpson
- [Cryptography] Evaluating draft-agl-tls-chacha20poly1305
William Allen Simpson
- [Cryptography] Evaluating draft-agl-tls-chacha20poly1305
William Allen Simpson
- [Cryptography] Aside on random numbers (was Re: Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN")
Bill Squier
- [Cryptography] Thoughts about keys
Jeremy Stanley
- [Cryptography] Thoughts about keys
Jeremy Stanley
- [Cryptography] Thoughts about keys
Jeremy Stanley
- [Cryptography] prism proof email, namespaces, and anonymity
StealthMonger
- [Cryptography] Google's Public Key Size (was Re: NSA and cryptanalysis)
Andy Steingruebl
- [Cryptography] Google's Public Key Size (was Re: NSA and cryptanalysis)
Andy Steingruebl
- [Cryptography] IPv6 and IPSEC
Bill Stewart
- [Cryptography] FIPS, NIST and ITAR questions
Bill Stewart
- [Cryptography] In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help
Bill Stewart
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Bill Stewart
- [Cryptography] Bruce Schneier has gotten seriously spooked
Bill Stewart
- [Cryptography] The One True Cipher Suite
Bill Stewart
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS (was Re: Fwd: NYTimes.com: N.S.A. Foils Much Internet Encryption)
Bill Stewart
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS (was Re: Fwd: NYTimes.com: N.S.A. Foils Much Internet Encryption)
Bill Stewart
- [Cryptography] Thoughts on hardware randomness sources
Bill Stewart
- [Cryptography] real random numbers
Bill Stewart
- [Cryptography] NSA and cryptanalysis
Joachim Strömbergson
- [Cryptography] Hashes into Ciphers (was Re: FIPS, NIST and ITAR questions)
Joachim Strömbergson
- [Cryptography] Seed values for NIST curves
Joachim Strömbergson
- [Cryptography] real random numbers
Joachim Strömbergson
- [Cryptography] [cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Joachim Strömbergson
- [Cryptography] IPv6 and IPSEC
Taral
- [Cryptography] IPv6 and IPSEC
Taral
- [Cryptography] [cryptography] very little is missing for working BTNS in Openswan
Taral
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Taral
- [Cryptography] Credit for Trusting Trust
Jonathan Thornburg
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS (was Re: Fwd: NYTimes.com: N.S.A. Foils Much Internet Encryption)
Daniel Veditz
- [Cryptography] Radioactive random numbers
Dan Veeneman
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Kevin W. Wall
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
Carl Wallace
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Samuel Weiler
- [Cryptography] XORing plaintext with ciphertext
Florian Weimer
- [Cryptography] NSA and cryptanalysis
Anne & Lynn Wheeler
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS (was Re: Fwd: NYTimes.com: N.S.A. Foils Much Internet Encryption)
Anne & Lynn Wheeler
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Anne & Lynn Wheeler
- [Cryptography] In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help
Anne & Lynn Wheeler
- [Cryptography] Gilmore response to NSA mathematician's "make rules for NSA" appeal
Anne & Lynn Wheeler
- [Cryptography] [cryptography] very little is missing for working BTNS in Openswan
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] Killing two IV related birds with one stone
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] Summary of the discussion so far
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] Summary of the discussion so far
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] [cryptography] very little is missing for working BTNS in Openswan
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] The hypothetical random number generator backdoor
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] Thoughts about keys
Guido Witmond
- [Cryptography] Thoughts about keys
Guido Witmond
- [Cryptography] Thoughts about keys
Guido Witmond
- [Cryptography] Introducing strangers. Was: Thoughts about keys
Guido Witmond
- [Cryptography] Squaring Zooko's triangle
Guido Witmond
- [Cryptography] Perfection versus Forward Secrecy
Guido Witmond
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
Paul Wouters
- [Cryptography] "Is DNSSEC is really the right solution?" [djb video]
Paul Wouters
- [Cryptography] History and implementation status of Opportunistic Encryption for IPsec
Paul Wouters
- [Cryptography] [cryptography] very little is missing for working BTNS in Openswan
Paul Wouters
- [Cryptography] [cryptography] Random number generation influenced, HW RNG
Eric Young
- [Cryptography] Der Spiegel: "NSA Can Spy on Smart Phone Data"
Nap van Zuuren
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
arxlight
- [Cryptography] check-summed keys in secret ciphers?
arxlight
- [Cryptography] What is Intel® Core™ vPro™ Technology Animation
d.nix
- [Cryptography] What is Intel® Core™ vPro™ Technology Animation
d.nix
- [Cryptography] Fwd: Re: What is Intel® Core™ vPro™ Technology Animation
d.nix
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
d.nix
- [Cryptography] TLS2
dan at geer.org
- [Cryptography] FIPS, NIST and ITAR questions
radix42 at gmail.com
- [Cryptography] FIPS, NIST and ITAR questions
radix42 at gmail.com
- [Cryptography] FIPS, NIST and ITAR questions
radix42 at gmail.com
- [Cryptography] FIPS, NIST and ITAR questions
radix42 at gmail.com
- [Cryptography] Three kinds of hash: Two are still under ITAR.
radix42 at gmail.com
- [Cryptography] MITM source patching [was Schneier got spooked]
grarpamp
- [Cryptography] FIPS, NIST and ITAR questions
james hughes
- [Cryptography] Fwd: NYTimes.com: N.S.A. Foils Much Internet Encryption
james hughes
- [Cryptography] In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help
james hughes
- [Cryptography] Bruce Schneier has gotten seriously spooked
james hughes
- [Cryptography] In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help
james hughes
- [Cryptography] In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help
james hughes
- [Cryptography] What TLS ciphersuites are still OK?
james hughes
- [Cryptography] What TLS ciphersuites are still OK?
james hughes
- [Cryptography] What TLS ciphersuites are still OK?
james hughes
- [Cryptography] [TLS] New Version Notification for draft-sheffer-tls-bcp-00.txt
james hughes
- [Cryptography] Gilmore response to NSA mathematician's "make rules for NSA" appeal
james hughes
- [Cryptography] Gilmore response to NSA mathematician's "make rules for NSA" appeal
james hughes
- [Cryptography] Popular curves (was: NSA and cryptanalysis)
ianG
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
ianG
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
ianG
- [Cryptography] NSA and cryptanalysis
ianG
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
ianG
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS (was Re: Fwd: NYTimes.com: N.S.A. Foils Much Internet Encryption)
ianG
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
ianG
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
ianG
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS
ianG
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
ianG
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
ianG
- [Cryptography] Does NSA break in to endpoints (was Re: Bruce Schneier has gotten seriously spooked)
ianG
- [Cryptography] Trapdoor symmetric key
ianG
- [Cryptography] Techniques for malevolent crypto hardware
ianG
- [Cryptography] Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN"
ianG
- [Cryptography] The One True Cipher Suite
ianG
- [Cryptography] Why are some protocols hard to deploy? (was Re: Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN")
ianG
- [Cryptography] Market demands for security (was Re: Opening Discussion: Speculation on "BULLRUN")
ianG
- [Cryptography] Random number generation influenced, HW RNG
ianG
- [Cryptography] Availability of plaintext/ciphertext pairs (was Re: In the face of "cooperative" end-points, PFS doesn't help)
ianG
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
ianG
- [Cryptography] real random numbers
ianG
- [Cryptography] djb's McBits (with Tung Chaou and Peter Schwabe)
ianG
- [Cryptography] The paranoid approach to crypto-plumbing
ianG
- [Cryptography] The paranoid approach to crypto-plumbing
ianG
- [Cryptography] An NSA mathematician shares his from-the-trenches view of the agency's surveillance activities
ianG
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
ianG
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
ianG
- [Cryptography] RSA recommends against use of its own products.
ianG
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
ianG
- [Cryptography] PRISM-Proofing and PRISM-Hardening
ianG
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
ianG
- [Cryptography] RSA recommends against use of its own products.
ianG
- [Cryptography] RSA recommends against use of its own products.
ianG
- [Cryptography] RSA recommends against use of its own products.
ianG
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
ianG
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
ianG
- [Cryptography] TLS2
ianG
- [Cryptography] check-summed keys in secret ciphers?
ianG
- [Cryptography] encoding formats should not be committee'ized
ianG
- [Cryptography] TLS2
ianG
- [Cryptography] Bruce Schneier has gotten seriously spooked
Lodewijk andré de la porte
- [Cryptography] Washington Post: Google racing to encrypt links between data centers
Lodewijk andré de la porte
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
Lodewijk andré de la porte
- [Cryptography] An NSA mathematician shares his from-the-trenches view of the agency's surveillance activities
Lodewijk andré de la porte
- [Cryptography] Hardware Trojan Protection
Lodewijk andré de la porte
- [Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength
Lodewijk andré de la porte
- [Cryptography] soft chewy center
bmanning at vacation.karoshi.com
- [Cryptography] soft chewy center
bmanning at vacation.karoshi.com
- [Cryptography] People should turn on PFS in TLS
zooko
- [Cryptography] Why prefer symmetric crypto over public key crypto?
zooko
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