[Cryptography] RSA equivalent key length/strength

David Kuehling dvdkhlng at posteo.de
Mon Sep 30 03:42:54 EDT 2013

>>>>> "James" == James A Donald <jamesd at echeque.com> writes:

> Gregory Maxwell on the Tor-talk list has found that NIST approved
> curves, which is to say NSA approved curves, were not generated by the
> claimed procedure, which is a very strong indication that if you use
> NIST curves in your cryptography, NSA can read your encrypted data.

Just for completeness, I think this is the Mail you're referring to:


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