August 2016 Archives by date
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- [Cryptography] ChaCha20 DRNG
Stephan Mueller
- [Cryptography] ChaCha20 DRNG
Jason Cooper
- [Cryptography] ChaCha20 DRNG
Stephan Mueller
- [Cryptography] ChaCha20 DRNG
Patrick
- [Cryptography] Service-to-Service Object Integrity
Jomama
- [Cryptography] ChaCha20 DRNG
Stephan Mueller
- [Cryptography] ChaCha20 DRNG
Jason Cooper
- [Cryptography] ChaCha20 DRNG
Jason Cooper
- [Cryptography] [patch chacha20_drng 0/4] Small cleanups for chacha20_drng
Jason Cooper
- [Cryptography] [patch chacha20_drng 1/4] Add .gitignore file
Jason Cooper
- [Cryptography] [patch chacha20_drng 2/4] doc: Update license block to match source code
Jason Cooper
- [Cryptography] [patch chacha20_drng 3/4] API: Remove version macros
Jason Cooper
- [Cryptography] [patch chacha20_drng 4/4] API: Make _versionstring return snprintf() errors
Jason Cooper
- [Cryptography] Generating random values in a particular range
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Generating random values in a particular range
Sidney Markowitz
- [Cryptography] [patch chacha20_drng 0/4] Small cleanups for chacha20_drng
Stephan Mueller
- [Cryptography] Generating random values in a particular range
Kent Borg
- [Cryptography] Generating random values in a particular range
John Levine
- [Cryptography] Generating random values in a particular range
Sidney Markowitz
- [Cryptography] Generating random values in a particular range
Sidney Markowitz
- [Cryptography] Generating random values in a particular range
dj at deadhat.com
- [Cryptography] Generating random values in a particular range
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] Generating random values in a particular range
Watson Ladd
- [Cryptography] Where to Find PQC Crypto Libraries?
Lucky Green
- [Cryptography] Generating random values in a particular range
Sidney Markowitz
- [Cryptography] Generating random values in a particular range
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] Where to Find PQC Crypto Libraries?
Jeff Burdges
- [Cryptography] Generating random values in a particular range
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] Generating random values in a particular range
dj at deadhat.com
- [Cryptography] Where to Find PQC Crypto Libraries?
Philipp Gühring
- [Cryptography] Where to Find PQC Crypto Libraries?
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] BBC to deploy detection vans to snoop on internet users
Henry Baker
- [Cryptography] Where to Find PQC Crypto Libraries?
Jeff Burdges
- [Cryptography] Generating random values in a particular range
Arnold Reinhold
- [Cryptography] [patch chacha20_drng 0/4] Small cleanups for chacha20_drng
Jason Cooper
- [Cryptography] BBC to deploy detection vans to snoop on internet users
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] BBC to deploy detection vans to snoop on [I]nternet users
Dave Horsfall
- [Cryptography] BBC to deploy detection vans to snoop on internet users
John Ioannidis
- [Cryptography] BBC to deploy detection vans to snoop on internet users
Tom Mitchell
- [Cryptography] BBC to deploy detection vans to snoop on internet users
Sampo Syreeni
- [Cryptography] BBC to deploy detection vans to snoop on internet users
Dave Horsfall
- [Cryptography] BBC to deploy detection vans to snoop on internet users
Kristian Gjøsteen
- [Cryptography] BBC to deploy detection vans to snoop on internet users
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] BBC to deploy detection vans to snoop on internet users
Dave Howe
- [Cryptography] BBC to deploy detection vans to snoop on internet users
james hughes
- [Cryptography] Public-key auth as envisaged by first-year science students
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] BBC to deploy detection vans to snoop on internet users
dj at deadhat.com
- [Cryptography] Public-key auth as envisaged by first-year science students
Ron Garret
- [Cryptography] BBC to deploy detection vans to snoop on internet users
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Public-key auth as envisaged by first-year science students
John Denker
- [Cryptography] Public-key auth as envisaged by first-year science students
Ralf Senderek
- [Cryptography] Public-key auth as envisaged by first-year science students
David Kane-Parry
- [Cryptography] Public-key auth as envisaged by first-year science students
Yui Hirasawa
- [Cryptography] Public-key auth as envisaged by first-year science students
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Public-key auth as envisaged by first-year science students
Michael Kjörling
- [Cryptography] Public-key auth as envisaged by first-year science students
Christian Huitema
- [Cryptography] BBC to deploy detection vans to snoop on internet users
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] Public-key auth as envisaged by first-year science students
Michael Kjörling
- [Cryptography] Public-key auth as envisaged by first-year science students
Ralf Senderek
- [Cryptography] Public-key auth as envisaged by first-year science students
Dave Howe
- [Cryptography] Public-key auth as envisaged by first-year science students
Michael Kjörling
- [Cryptography] Public-key auth as envisaged by first-year science students
Dave Howe
- [Cryptography] Apple iOS and Keychain Sharing Security
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Pascal Coin: A P2P cryptocurrency without need of historical operations
BPascal BlockChain
- [Cryptography] Public-key auth as envisaged by first-year science students
mok-kong shen
- [Cryptography] BBC to deploy detection vans to snoop on internet users
mok-kong shen
- [Cryptography] Public-key auth as envisaged by first-year science students
Tom Mitchell
- [Cryptography] N. Korean radio broadcasts string of random numbers
Jan Pechanec
- [Cryptography] Generating random values in a particular range
John-Mark Gurney
- [Cryptography] Electronic currency revived after 20-year hiatus
Robert Hettinga
- [Cryptography] Electronic currency revived after 20-year hiatus
Allen
- [Cryptography] Electronic currency revived after 20-year hiatus
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] Electronic currency revived after 20-year hiatus
Robert Hettinga
- [Cryptography] A conversation with Dan Boneh (2016-08-01 transcript)
Bryan Bishop
- [Cryptography] Electronic currency revived after 20-year hiatus
Allen
- [Cryptography] Electronic currency revived after 20-year hiatus
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] Electronic currency revived after 20-year hiatus
Allen
- [Cryptography] Generating random values in a particular range
Sidney Markowitz
- [Cryptography] Shadow Brokers :: powerful NSA hacking tools leaked
John Denker
- [Cryptography] Generating random values in a particular range
Bill Stewart
- [Cryptography] Shadow Brokers :: powerful NSA hacking tools leaked
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Electronic currency revived after 20-year hiatus
Natanael
- [Cryptography] Generating random values in a particular range
Arnold Reinhold
- [Cryptography] Electronic currency revived after 20-year hiatus
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Electronic currency revived after 20-year hiatus
Natanael
- [Cryptography] Electronic currency revived after 20-year hiatus
Jehan Tremback
- [Cryptography] Electronic currency revived after 20-year hiatus
Jehan Tremback
- [Cryptography] Electronic currency revived after 20-year hiatus
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Electronic currency revived after 20-year hiatus
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Electronic currency revived after 20-year hiatus
Natanael
- [Cryptography] Phishing Attacks - Alice, HAL and Bob
Joseph Kilcullen
- [Cryptography] Confidential Document Management, the right name or weaselly marketing?
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Electronic currency revived after 20-year hiatus
Peter Todd
- [Cryptography] Electronic currency revived after 20-year hiatus
Peter Todd
- [Cryptography] Electronic currency revived after 20-year hiatus
Allen
- [Cryptography] Electronic currency revived after 20-year hiatus
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] Generating random values in a particular range
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] Shadow Brokers :: powerful NSA hacking tools leaked
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] Electronic currency revived after 20-year hiatus
Peter Todd
- [Cryptography] Electronic currency revived after 20-year hiatus
Allen
- [Cryptography] Electronic currency revived after 20-year hiatus
Peter Todd
- [Cryptography] Generating random values in a particular range
Tom Mitchell
- [Cryptography] Phishing Attacks - Alice, HAL and Bob
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Electronic currency revived after 20-year hiatus
Peter Todd
- [Cryptography] Phishing Attacks - Alice, HAL and Bob
Dirk-Willem van Gulik
- [Cryptography] Phishing Attacks - Alice, HAL and Bob
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Confidential Document Management, the right name or weaselly marketing?
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] Robust Linked Timestamps without Proof of Work.
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Phishing Attacks - Alice, HAL and Bob
Joseph Kilcullen
- [Cryptography] Confidential Document Management, the right name or weaselly marketing?
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Confidential Document Management, the right name or weaselly marketing?
Natanael
- [Cryptography] Robust Linked Timestamps without Proof of Work.
Jameson Lopp
- [Cryptography] Robust Linked Timestamps without Proof of Work.
Allen
- [Cryptography] Robust Linked Timestamps without Proof of Work.
Allen
- [Cryptography] Robust Linked Timestamps without Proof of Work.
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Robust Linked Timestamps without Proof of Work.
Peter Todd
- [Cryptography] Robust Linked Timestamps without Proof of Work.
Jameson Lopp
- [Cryptography] Robust Linked Timestamps without Proof of Work.
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] BBC to deploy detection vans to snoop on internet users
ianG
- [Cryptography] Robust Linked Timestamps without Proof of Work.
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] UK report on "Bulk Powers Review" of GCHQ interception
John Gilmore
- [Cryptography] Robust Linked Timestamps without Proof of Work.
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] What is the status quo of the zero trust model?
mok-kong shen
- [Cryptography] Robust Linked Timestamps without Proof of Work.
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] MaidSafe
J.M. Porup
- [Cryptography] Robust Linked Timestamps without Proof of Work.
Peter Todd
- [Cryptography] Robust Linked Timestamps without Proof of Work.
Peter Todd
- [Cryptography] Robust Linked Timestamps without Proof of Work.
John Levine
- [Cryptography] What is the state of the art in policy specification systems?
John Ioannidis
- [Cryptography] What is the state of the art in policy specification systems?
Randy Bush
- [Cryptography] Robust Linked Timestamps without Proof of Work.
Ron Garret
- [Cryptography] Phishing Attacks - Alice, HAL and Bob
Maxime MEYER
- [Cryptography] Phishing Attacks - Alice, HAL and Bob
Joseph Kilcullen
- [Cryptography] Real-world crypto/PRNG problem: Bridge
Salz, Rich
- [Cryptography] Real-world crypto/PRNG problem: Bridge
Christian Huitema
- [Cryptography] Real-world crypto/PRNG problem: Bridge
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] Electronic currency revived after 20-year hiatus
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] Electronic currency revived after 20-year hiatus
Tony Arcieri
- [Cryptography] Real-world crypto/PRNG problem: Bridge
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] Real-world crypto/PRNG problem: Bridge
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] Real-world crypto/PRNG problem: Bridge
Joshua Marpet
- [Cryptography] Real-world crypto/PRNG problem: Bridge
Viktor Dukhovni
- [Cryptography] Real-world crypto/PRNG problem: Bridge
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Real-world crypto/PRNG problem: Bridge
Thierry Moreau
- [Cryptography] Real-world crypto/PRNG problem: Bridge
Tom Mitchell
- [Cryptography] Real-world crypto/PRNG problem: Bridge
Tom Mitchell
- [Cryptography] Real-world crypto/PRNG problem: Bridge
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] Voynich Manuscript to be published
Dave Horsfall
- [Cryptography] "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Real-world crypto/PRNG problem: Bridge
Thierry Moreau
- [Cryptography] Real-world crypto/PRNG problem: Bridge
Dave Horsfall
- [Cryptography] Real-world crypto/PRNG problem: Bridge
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] Voynich Manuscript to be published
Chris Kuethe
- [Cryptography] Voynich Manuscript to be published
John Levine
- [Cryptography] "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
Kent Borg
- [Cryptography] Electronic currency revived after 20-year hiatus
Peter Todd
- [Cryptography] Electronic currency revived after 20-year hiatus
Peter Todd
- [Cryptography] Real-world crypto/PRNG problem: Bridge
Tom Mitchell
- [Cryptography] Voynich Manuscript to be published
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
John Levine
- [Cryptography] "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
Viktor Dukhovni
- [Cryptography] "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
Ron Garret
- [Cryptography] "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
alex at alten.org
- [Cryptography] "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
Sebastian Krahmer
- [Cryptography] "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] Real-world crypto/PRNG problem: Bridge
Patrick
- [Cryptography] "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
Steven M. Bellovin
- [Cryptography] Insecure email might be an even bigger problem than we suspected
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
Watson Ladd
- [Cryptography] Retire all 64-bit block ciphers.
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] Insecure email might be an even bigger problem than we suspected
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
Kent Borg
- [Cryptography] "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
Dave Horsfall
- [Cryptography] "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
Patrick Chkoreff
- [Cryptography] ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer
Russ Nelson
- [Cryptography] "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Say 'unguessable' not random
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
Steven M. Bellovin
- [Cryptography] Say 'unguessable' not random
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] Real-world crypto/PRNG problem: Bridge
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] Say 'unguessable' not random
james hughes
- [Cryptography] Hashing with CTR mode?
Judson Lester
- [Cryptography] "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
Kent Borg
- [Cryptography] "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
Ron Garret
- [Cryptography] "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Secure VNC implementation
William Muriithi
- [Cryptography] Insecure email might be an even bigger problem than we suspected
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Say 'unguessable' not random
Patrick Chkoreff
- [Cryptography] programming languages and the people who (don't) love them, was "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
John Levine
- [Cryptography] programming languages and the people who (don't) love them, was "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
Kent Borg
- [Cryptography] ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer
Dave Horsfall
- [Cryptography] programming languages and the people who (don't) love them, was "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
John Levine
- [Cryptography] "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
Tom Mitchell
- [Cryptography] Insecure email might be an even bigger problem than we suspected
Tom Mitchell
- [Cryptography] Secure VNC implementation
John Levine
- [Cryptography] programming languages and the people who (don't) love them, was "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] Insecure email might be an even bigger problem than we suspected
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
Dan McDonald
- [Cryptography] ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer
Chris Kuethe
- [Cryptography] Say 'unguessable' not random
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
Henry Baker
- [Cryptography] tail recursion in C [was Re: "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"]
D. Hugh Redelmeier
- [Cryptography] programming languages and the people who (don't) love them, was "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
Walter van Holst
- [Cryptography] programming languages and the people who (don't) love them, was "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"
Brian Smith
- [Cryptography] Secure VNC implementation
Albert Lunde
- [Cryptography] Secure VNC implementation
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] tail recursion in C [was Re: "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"]
Ron Garret
- [Cryptography] tail recursion in C [was Re: "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"]
Howard Chu
- [Cryptography] Say 'unguessable' not random
Kent Borg
- [Cryptography] ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] Secure VNC implementation
John Levine
- [Cryptography] tail recursion in C [was Re: "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"]
John Levine
- [Cryptography] tail recursion in C [was Re: "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"]
Henry Baker
- [Cryptography] ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer
J.M. Porup
- [Cryptography] MaidSafe
Lee Clagett
- [Cryptography] ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer
Peter Todd
- [Cryptography] tail recursion in C [was Re: "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"]
Ron Garret
- [Cryptography] tail recursion in C [was Re: "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"]
Ron Garret
- [Cryptography] tail recursion in C [was Re: "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"]
Ron Garret
- [Cryptography] Key meshing (Re: [Crypto-practicum] Retire all 64-bit block ciphers.)
Dmitry Belyavsky
- [Cryptography] ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer
Tom Mitchell
- [Cryptography] tail recursion in C [was Re: "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"]
Tom Mitchell
- [Cryptography] tail recursion in C [was Re: "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"]
Ron Garret
- [Cryptography] ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer
grarpamp
- [Cryptography] tail recursion in C [was Re: "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"]
Howard Chu
- [Cryptography] Secure VNC implementation
William Muriithi
- [Cryptography] Key meshing (Re: [Crypto-practicum] Retire all 64-bit block ciphers.)
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] Programming language technology (was Re: "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought")
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Key meshing (Re: [Crypto-practicum] Retire all 64-bit block ciphers.)
Dmitry Belyavsky
- [Cryptography] ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer
Allen
- [Cryptography] ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer
Ron Garret
- [Cryptography] ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer
Joseph Kilcullen
- [Cryptography] tail recursion in C [was Re: "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"]
Henry Baker
- [Cryptography] ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer
dj at deadhat.com
- [Cryptography] ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer
Jerry Leichter
- [Cryptography] ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer
grarpamp
- [Cryptography] What is a safe CPU? (was Re: ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer)
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] foreign hacks of state election systems
John Denker
- [Cryptography] Key meshing (Re: [Crypto-practicum] Retire all 64-bit block ciphers.)
Stanislav V. Smyshlyaev
- [Cryptography] ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] tail recursion in C [was Re: "NSA-linked Cisco exploit poses bigger threat than previously thought"]
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] FBI says foreign hackers have penetrated US state election databases.
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer
Tom Mitchell
- [Cryptography] ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer
Randy Bush
- [Cryptography] Strength of 3DES?
Richard Outerbridge
- [Cryptography] Strength of 3DES?
Scott G. Kelly
- [Cryptography] Key meshing (Re: [Crypto-practicum] Retire all 64-bit block ciphers.)
Phillip Hallam-Baker
- [Cryptography] Real-world crypto/PRNG problem: Bridge
Nicolas Hammond
- [Cryptography] N. Korean radio broadcasts string of random numbers
grarpamp
- [Cryptography] Strength of 3DES?
Jon Callas
- [Cryptography] Key meshing (Re: [Crypto-practicum] Retire all 64-bit block ciphers.)
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] Capability Systems (was Re: ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer)
Perry E. Metzger
- [Cryptography] Capability Systems (was Re: ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer)
Ben Laurie
- [Cryptography] N. Korean radio broadcasts string of random numbers
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] Strength of 3DES?
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] Key meshing (Re: [Crypto-practicum] Retire all 64-bit block ciphers.)
Ray Dillinger
- [Cryptography] Capability Systems
Jeff Burdges
- [Cryptography] N. Korean radio broadcasts string of random numbers
Bill Cox
- [Cryptography] Capability Systems (was Re: ORWL - The First Open Source, Physically Secure Computer)
Rob Meijer
- [Cryptography] N. Korean radio broadcasts string of random numbers
Bill Frantz
- [Cryptography] Key meshing (Re: [Crypto-practicum] Retire all 64-bit block ciphers.)
Stanislav V. Smyshlyaev
- [Cryptography] Strength of 3DES?
Peter Gutmann
- [Cryptography] N. Korean radio broadcasts string of random numbers
grarpamp
- [Cryptography] Key meshing (Re: [Crypto-practicum] Retire all 64-bit block ciphers.)
Kristian Gjøsteen
- [Cryptography] MATH: Unlikely correctness of paper will break some discrete logarithm over F_p^*
Georgi Guninski
- [Cryptography] Key meshing (Re: [Crypto-practicum] Retire all 64-bit block ciphers.)
Natanael
- [Cryptography] MATH: Unlikely correctness of paper will break some discrete logarithm over F_p^*
Kristian Gjøsteen
- [Cryptography] Key meshing (Re: [Crypto-practicum] Retire all 64-bit block ciphers.)
Jerry Leichter
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