March 2014 Archives by date
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- [Cryptography] GOTO Considered Harmful
Theodore Ts'o
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Christian Huitema
- [Cryptography] ADMIN: Reminders for List Postings
Tamzen Cannoy
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Patrick Chkoreff
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Patrick Chkoreff
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Andrew Righter
- [Cryptography] Btcoin -- bubble or investment opportunity?
ianG
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
ianG
- [Cryptography] Are Tor hidden services really hidden?
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] Are Tor hidden services really hidden?
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] RAM memories as one source of entropy
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] iOS security document... Feb-14
Tom Mitchell
- [Cryptography] Testing crypto protocol implementations
Viktor Dukhovni
- [Cryptography] Btcoin -- bubble or investment opportunity?
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Theodore Ts'o
- [Cryptography] RAM memories as one source of entropy
Sampo Syreeni
- [Cryptography] Testing crypto protocol implementations
Sampo Syreeni
- [Cryptography] Testing crypto protocol implementations
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Stephan Neuhaus
- [Cryptography] Btcoin -- bubble or investment opportunity?
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Stephan Neuhaus
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
ianG
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Eric Young
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Theodore Ts'o
- [Cryptography] Testing crypto protocol implementations
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Btcoin -- bubble or investment opportunity?
Steve Furlong
- [Cryptography] Btcoin -- bubble or investment opportunity?
Krisztián Pintér
- [Cryptography] Testing crypto protocol implementations
Patrick Chkoreff
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Dave Horsfall
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Patrick Chkoreff
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Bear
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
ianG
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Patrick Chkoreff
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Patrick Chkoreff
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
ianG
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Sampo Syreeni
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Sampo Syreeni
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Stephan Neuhaus
- [Cryptography] Btcoin -- bubble or investment opportunity?
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
ianG
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Nicolas Rachinsky
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Patrick Chkoreff
- [Cryptography] GOTO Considered Harmful
ianG
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Bowness, Piers
- [Cryptography] Btcoin -- bubble or investment opportunity?
Krisztián Pintér
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Tom Mitchell
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
andrew cooke
- [Cryptography] BitCoin bug reported
Kent Borg
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Lodewijk andré de la porte
- [Cryptography] Silly Diffie-Hellman question using XOR
Stuart Longland
- [Cryptography] Silly Diffie-Hellman question using XOR
Craig B Agricola
- [Cryptography] OMB Circular A-119
dan at geer.org
- [Cryptography] Silly Diffie-Hellman question using XOR
realcr
- [Cryptography] Silly Diffie-Hellman question using XOR
Hanno Böck
- [Cryptography] Silly Diffie-Hellman question using XOR
realcr
- [Cryptography] Silly Diffie-Hellman question using XOR
Erwan Legrand
- [Cryptography] End-to-End Protocols and Wasp Nests
Dennis E. Hamilton
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] XKCD on rubber-hose crypto
Dave Horsfall
- [Cryptography] Silly Diffie-Hellman question using XOR
Stuart Longland
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Philip Shaw
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] XKCD on rubber-hose crypto
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Tom Mitchell
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Lodewijk andré de la porte
- [Cryptography] Silly Diffie-Hellman question using XOR
Sandy Harris
- [Cryptography] Silly Diffie-Hellman question using XOR
Tom Mitchell
- [Cryptography] Silly Diffie-Hellman question using XOR
Kevin W. Wall
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
lists at notatla.org.uk
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] Silly Diffie-Hellman question using XOR
Brian M. Waters
- [Cryptography] See???
Robert Hettinga
- [Cryptography] See??? Satoshi Nakamoto Smeared
John Young
- [Cryptography] On the importance of theoretical attacks
Salz, Rich
- [Cryptography] Bounties
Bob Hettinga
- [Cryptography] Bounties
Steve Furlong
- [Cryptography] dan geer's brilliant talk at rsa...
Mark Seiden
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Dave Horsfall
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Salz, Rich
- [Cryptography] dan geer's brilliant talk at rsa...
Robert Hettinga
- [Cryptography] Bounties
dan at geer.org
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Watson Ladd
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Russ Nelson
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Watson Ladd
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] Btcoin -- bubble or investment opportunity?
grarpamp
- [Cryptography] Are Tor hidden services really hidden?
grarpamp
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
ianG
- [Cryptography] See??? Satoshi Nakamoto Smeared
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] XKCD on rubber-hose crypto
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Harald Koch
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] OMB Circular A-119
dj at deadhat.com
- [Cryptography] Bounties
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Harald Koch
- [Cryptography] Are Tor hidden services really hidden?
John Young
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Patrick Chkoreff
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
dan at geer.org
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Patrick Chkoreff
- [Cryptography] See??? Satoshi Nakamoto Smeared
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Tom Mitchell
- [Cryptography] Another possible source of randomness
Dave Horsfall
- [Cryptography] Bounties
Stephen P. Berry
- [Cryptography] Another possible source of randomness
Tom Mitchell
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Miroslav Kratochvil
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] See??? Satoshi Nakamoto Smeared
Robert Hettinga
- [Cryptography] See??? Satoshi Nakamoto Smeared
Lodewijk andré de la porte
- [Cryptography] Bounties
Tom Mitchell
- [Cryptography] XKCD on rubber-hose cryptography
Grant Schultz
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Hanno Böck
- [Cryptography] End-to-End Protocols and Wasp Nests
Bear
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Bear
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] See??? Satoshi Nakamoto Smeared
Bear
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Watson Ladd
- [Cryptography] End-to-End Protocols and Wasp Nests
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Bill Cox
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Bill Cox
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
Zooko O'Whielacronx
- [Cryptography] Fwd: GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Watson Ladd
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Stephan Neuhaus
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Hanno Böck
- [Cryptography] Fwd: GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Nemo
- [Cryptography] End-to-End Protocols and Wasp Nests
Bear
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Lodewijk andré de la porte
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Theodore Ts'o
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Hanno Böck
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Watson Ladd
- [Cryptography] The GOTO Squirrel! [was GOTO Considered Harmful]
Lodewijk andré de la porte
- [Cryptography] End-to-End Protocols and Wasp Nests
Tom Mitchell
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Tom Mitchell
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
ianG
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] End-to-End Protocols and Wasp Nests
Viktor Dukhovni
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Salz, Rich
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Alan Braggins
- [Cryptography] End-to-End Protocols and Wasp Nests
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
tpb-crypto at laposte.net
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Stephan Neuhaus
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
Steve Weis
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Dave Horsfall
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
ianG
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Salz, Rich
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
John Gilmore
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Stephen Farrell
- [Cryptography] See??? Satoshi Nakamoto Smeared
Cari Machet
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
John Kelsey
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Salz, Rich
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
dan at geer.org
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Peter Todd
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Viktor Dukhovni
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
Steve Weis
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
Miroslav Kratochvil
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Miroslav Kratochvil
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Miroslav Kratochvil
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Miroslav Kratochvil
- [Cryptography] RC4 again (actual security, scalability and other discussion)
Miroslav Kratochvil
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
dj at deadhat.com
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
dan at geer.org
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Florian Weimer
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Florian Weimer
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
Eugen Leitl
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
dan at geer.org
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
Zooko O'Whielacronx
- [Cryptography] GnuTLS -- time to look at the diff.
Patrick Chkoreff
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
Miroslav Kratochvil
- [Cryptography] [cryptography] TAO QUANTUMINSERT Bonanza
Dave Horsfall
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
dan at geer.org
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] embedding security (was ChaCha)
ianG
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
Theodore Ts'o
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
Bear
- [Cryptography] embedding security (was ChaCha)
dan at geer.org
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] How can I make use of the AES hardware on new CPUs?
Bear
- [Cryptography] '“Ooh Aah... Just a Little Bit” : A small amount of side channel can go a long way '
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
ianG
- [Cryptography] Encryption in Trsst
Michael Powers
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
Ralf Senderek
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
Patrick Chkoreff
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
Lodewijk andré de la porte
- [Cryptography] How can I make use of the AES hardware on new CPUs?
Miroslav Kratochvil
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
Stephen Farrell
- [Cryptography] How can I make use of the AES hardware on new CPUs?
Bear
- [Cryptography] Focus
Paul Hoffman
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
James A. Donald
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] Focus
ianG
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Client certificates as a defense against MITM attacks
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] The role of the IETF in security of the Internet: for or against the NSA? for or against the security of users of the net?
ianG
- [Cryptography] How to build trust in crypto (was:recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4)
Ralf Senderek
- [Cryptography] Apple's Early Random PRNG
Arnold Reinhold
- [Cryptography] Client certificates as a defense against MITM attacks
Hanno Böck
- [Cryptography] Client certificates as a defense against MITM attacks
Christian Huitema
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Hanno Böck
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Krisztián Pintér
- [Cryptography] Client certificates as a defense against MITM attacks
Guido Witmond
- [Cryptography] Client certificates as a defense against MITM attacks
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
ianG
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Natanael
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Client certificates as a defense against MITM attacks
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Richard Outerbridge
- [Cryptography] How can I make use of the AES hardware on new CPUs?
Dave Horsfall
- [Cryptography] How to build trust in crypto (was:recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4)
Michael Powers
- [Cryptography] usual or desperate call for white papers?
Cari Machet
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Sandy Harris
- [Cryptography] The role of the IETF in security of the Internet: for or against the NSA? for or against the security of users of the net?
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] Client certificates as a defense against MITM attacks
Viktor Dukhovni
- [Cryptography] Client certificates as a defense against MITM attacks
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] How to build trust in crypto (was:recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4)
Guido Witmond
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Client certificates as a defense against MITM attacks
Viktor Dukhovni
- [Cryptography] Client certificates as a defense against MITM attacks
Guido Witmond
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
dan at geer.org
- [Cryptography] Focus
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] How can I make use of the AES hardware on new CPUs?
Bear
- [Cryptography] Focus
Bear
- [Cryptography] Apple's Early Random PRNG
Bear
- [Cryptography] Client certificates as a defense against MITM attacks
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] Apple's Early Random PRNG
tytso at mit.edu
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
ianG
- [Cryptography] How to build trust in crypto (was:recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4)
Natanael
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Client certificates as a defense against MITM attacks
Guido Witmond
- [Cryptography] The role of the IETF in security of the Internet: for or against the NSA? for or against the security of users of the net?
ianG
- [Cryptography] Client certificates as a defense against MITM attacks
Thierry Moreau
- [Cryptography] Client certificates as a defense against MITM attacks
Thierry Moreau
- [Cryptography] How to build trust in crypto (was:recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4)
Guido Witmond
- [Cryptography] How to build trust in crypto
Ralf Senderek
- [Cryptography] Client certificates as a defense against MITM attacks
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] How can I make use of the AES hardware on new CPUs?
Alexander Klimov
- [Cryptography] How to build trust in crypto
Ralf Senderek
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
dan at geer.org
- [Cryptography] Apple's Early Random PRNG
Tom Mitchell
- [Cryptography] Apple's Early Random PRNG
dj at deadhat.com
- [Cryptography] Client certificates as a defense against MITM attacks
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] Apple's Early Random PRNG
Krisztián Pintér
- [Cryptography] Apple's Early Random PRNG
tytso at mit.edu
- [Cryptography] Science of Security
dan at geer.org
- [Cryptography] Apple's Early Random PRNG
Tom Mitchell
- [Cryptography] How to build trust in crypto
Guido Witmond
- [Cryptography] Client certificates as a defense against MITM attacks
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Better than passwords and cookies
Paul Hoffman
- [Cryptography] ADMIN: Reminders for List Postings
Tamzen Cannoy
- [Cryptography] Apple's Early Random PRNG
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] Apple's Early Random PRNG
dj at deadhat.com
- [Cryptography] The role of the IETF in security of the Internet: for or against the NSA? for or against the security of users of the net?
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] The role of the IETF in security of the Internet: for or against the NSA? for or against the security of users of the net?
ianG
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Christian Huitema
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
ianG
- [Cryptography] Better than passwords and cookies
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] How to build trust in crypto (was:recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4)
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] How to build trust in crypto (was:recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4)
Guido Witmond
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Science of Security
Salz, Rich
- [Cryptography] How to build trust in crypto (was:recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4)
Ralf Senderek
- [Cryptography] How to build trust in crypto
Bear
- [Cryptography] How to build trust in crypto (was:recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4)
Bear
- [Cryptography] How to build trust in crypto (was:recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4)
Guido Witmond
- [Cryptography] Use process ID in mixing?
Sandy Harris
- [Cryptography] How to build trust in crypto
Ralf Senderek
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Adam Sampson
- [Cryptography] Thoughts about keys
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] Use process ID in mixing?
John Denker
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Krisztián Pintér
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Krisztián Pintér
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
tpb-crypto at laposte.net
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
tpb-crypto at laposte.net
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] How to build trust in crypto (was:recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4)
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] Client certificates as a defense against MITM attacks
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] Use process ID in mixing?
tpb-crypto at laposte.net
- [Cryptography] How to build trust in crypto (was:recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4)
ianG
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
ianG
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Apple's Early Random PRNG
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Krisztián Pintér
- [Cryptography] Client certificates as a defense against MITM attacks
Guido Witmond
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] Client certificates as a defense against MITM attacks
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] Client certificates as a defense against MITM attacks
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] How to build trust in crypto
Ralf Senderek
- [Cryptography] Use process ID in mixing?
Sandy Harris
- [Cryptography] recommending ChaCha20 instead of RC4 (RC4 again)
dan at geer.org
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
ianG
- [Cryptography] Client certificates as a defense against MITM attacks
Guido Witmond
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
tpb-crypto at laposte.net
- [Cryptography] Use process ID in mixing?
John Denker
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] Full Disclosure closing down
John Ioannidis
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
tpb-crypto at laposte.net
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] Italians invent SHA-7 in 2011
Tamzen Cannoy
- [Cryptography] Italians invent SHA-7 in 2011
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] Italians invent SHA-7 in 2011
Sandy Harris
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
ianG
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Italians invent SHA-7 in 2011
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Alexandre Anzala-Yamajako
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Ralf Senderek
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
ianG
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Alexandre Anzala-Yamajako
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
ianG
- [Cryptography] Mathematically, how do proxy signatures work?
Bear
- [Cryptography] We need a new encryption algorithm competition.
Paul Ferguson
- [Cryptography] Mathematically, how do proxy signatures work?
Natanael
- [Cryptography] Mathematically, how do proxy signatures work?
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] The role of the IETF in security of the Internet: for or against the NSA? for or against the security of users of the net?
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] The role of the IETF in security of the Internet: for or against the NSA? for or against the security of users of the net?
ianG
- [Cryptography] Using some crypto to make gov't dataset identifiers better
Eric Mill
- [Cryptography] Tamper-evident cryptographic systems
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger” Than MD5
Zooko Wilcox-OHearn
- [Cryptography] Tamper-evident cryptographic systems
dan at geer.org
- [Cryptography] The role of the IETF in security of the Internet: for or against the NSA? for or against the security of users of the net?
Gary Mulder
- [Cryptography] Tamper-evident cryptographic systems
Ralf Senderek
- [Cryptography] Tamper-evident cryptographic systems
Ralf Senderek
- [Cryptography] Tamper-evident cryptographic systems
Tom Mitchell
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
Bill Cox
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
dj at deadhat.com
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
Miroslav Kratochvil
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
Lodewijk andré de la porte
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
ianG
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
Bear
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
Bill Cox
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] On mobile passwordless logins and established technologies
Felix Ruzzoli
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
ianG
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
tpb-crypto at laposte.net
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
ianG
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
Zooko Wilcox-OHearn
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
Bear
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
Stephen Farrell
- [Cryptography] The role of the IETF in security of the Internet: for or against the NSA? for or against the security of users of the net?
Sandy Harris
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
Russell L. Carter
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
Zooko Wilcox-OHearn
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
ianG
- [Cryptography] The role of the IETF in security of the Internet: for or against the NSA? for or against the security of users of the net?
ianG
- [Cryptography] The role of the IETF in security of the Internet: for or against the NSA? for or against the security of users of the net?
Eric Mill
- [Cryptography] The role of the IETF in security of the Internet: for or against the NSA? for or against the security of users of the net?
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] The role of the IETF in security of the Internet: for or against the NSA? for or against the security of users of the net?
Donald Eastlake
- [Cryptography] On mobile passwordless logins and established technologies
Guido Witmond
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
tpb-crypto at laposte.net
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
ianG
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Peter Fairbrother
- [Cryptography] New Password Hashing Competition
Tamzen Cannoy
- [Cryptography] The role of the IETF in security of the Internet: for or against the NSA? for or against the security of users of the net?
tpb-crypto at laposte.net
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
tpb-crypto at laposte.net
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
tpb-crypto at laposte.net
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Peter Fairbrother
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Viktor Dukhovni
- [Cryptography] The role of the IETF in security of the Internet: for or against the NSA? for or against the security of users of the net?
Stephen Farrell
- [Cryptography] New Password Hashing Competition
ianG
- [Cryptography] Fwd: New Non-WG Mailing List: Tcpcrypt -- Discussion list for adding encryption to TCP
Stephen Farrell
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
tpb-crypto at laposte.net
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Peter Fairbrother
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] On mobile passwordless logins and established technologies
Lodewijk andré de la porte
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
alan at clueserver.org
- [Cryptography] On mobile passwordless logins and established technologies
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Ralf Senderek
- [Cryptography] The role of the IETF in security of the Internet: for or against the NSA? for or against the security of users of the net?
Guido Witmond
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
James Cloos
- [Cryptography] The role of the IETF in security of the Internet: for or against the NSA? for or against the security of users of the net?
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] The role of the IETF in security of the Internet: for or against the NSA? for or against the security of users of the net?
Stephen Farrell
- [Cryptography] BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than MD5
Sandy Harris
- [Cryptography] [RNG] Use process ID in mixing?
Sandy Harris
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Bear
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Bear
- [Cryptography] The Last of Bletchley Park
Julian Macassey
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Ralf Senderek
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Peter Fairbrother
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Bear
- [Cryptography] Michael Haydon on the NSA spying -- blackberries
ianG
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Tom Mitchell
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Sampo Syreeni
- [Cryptography] Full Disclosure closing down, rising from ashes
John Gilmore
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Ralf Senderek
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Steve Furlong
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Bear
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Ralf Senderek
- [Cryptography] Cryptographic protocol composition (Re: BLAKE2: "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Than) MD5
Nico Williams
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Bill Stewart
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Bear
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Bear
- [Cryptography] The ultimate physical limits of privacy
dan at geer.org
- [Cryptography] The ultimate physical limits of privacy
tpb-crypto at laposte.net
- [Cryptography] OpenPGP and trust
Stuart Longland
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
ianG
- [Cryptography] The ultimate physical limits of privacy
R. Hirschfeld
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
ianG
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Ralf Senderek
- [Cryptography] The ultimate physical limits of privacy
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] OpenPGP and trust
Peter Fairbrother
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Peter Fairbrother
- [Cryptography] Subject: OpenPGP and trust
Arnold Reinhold
- [Cryptography] OpenPGP and trust
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] OpenPGP and trust
Dave Horsfall
- [Cryptography] OpenPGP and trust
Watson Ladd
- [Cryptography] OpenPGP and trust
Dave Horsfall
- [Cryptography] OpenPGP and trust
Stuart Longland
- [Cryptography] Subject: OpenPGP and trust
Stuart Longland
- [Cryptography] OpenPGP and trust
Stuart Longland
- [Cryptography] OpenPGP and trust
ianG
- [Cryptography] OpenPGP and trust
ianG
- [Cryptography] OpenPGP and trust
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Amateur Radio Authentication - was: OpenPGP and trust
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] A possibility for random device drivers
Sandy Harris
- [Cryptography] OpenPGP and trust
Natanael
- [Cryptography] Amateur Radio Authentication - was: OpenPGP and trust
Sampo Syreeni
- [Cryptography] ideas for (long) Nothing up my sleeve numbers
Miroslav Kratochvil
- [Cryptography] ADMIN Re: Amateur Radio Authentication
Tamzen Cannoy
- [Cryptography] A possibility for random device drivers
dj at deadhat.com
- [Cryptography] ideas for (long) Nothing up my sleeve numbers
Viktor Dukhovni
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
ianG
- [Cryptography] ideas for (long) Nothing up my sleeve numbers
John Denker
- [Cryptography] ideas for (long) Nothing up my sleeve numbers
Hanno Böck
- [Cryptography] ADMIN Re: Amateur Radio Authentication
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] ideas for (long) Nothing up my sleeve numbers
Sampo Syreeni
- [Cryptography] ADMIN Re: Amateur Radio Authentication
Tamzen Cannoy
- [Cryptography] ideas for (long) Nothing up my sleeve numbers
dan at geer.org
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Dave Howe
- [Cryptography] ADMIN Re: Amateur Radio Authentication
ianG
- [Cryptography] ideas for (long) Nothing up my sleeve numbers
Judd Storrs
- [Cryptography] ideas for (long) Nothing up my sleeve numbers
Viktor Dukhovni
- [Cryptography] ideas for (long) Nothing up my sleeve numbers
Bear
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
Ralf Senderek
- [Cryptography] OpenPGP and trust
Dave Horsfall
- [Cryptography] Dark Mail Alliance specs?
tpb-crypto at laposte.net
- [Cryptography] ideas for (long) Nothing up my sleeve numbers
Barney Wolff
- [Cryptography] ideas for (long) Nothing up my sleeve numbers
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] ideas for (long) Nothing up my sleeve numbers
ianG
- [Cryptography] ideas for (long) Nothing up my sleeve numbers
dan at geer.org
- [Cryptography] ideas for (long) Nothing up my sleeve numbers
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] ideas for (long) Nothing up my sleeve numbers
Theodore Ts'o
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