On Thu, 18 Jan 2007, Saqib Ali wrote:

> Since when did AES-128 become "snake-oil crypto"? How come I missed
> that? Compusec uses AES-128 . And as far as I know AES is NOT
> "snake-oil crypto"

It is even easier to use a good cryptographic transform in a way that is
utterly insecure then it is to come up with a secure-looking-but-broken
transform. How does this company apply AES-128 to the task of encrypting
disk sectors? There are lots of ways to do it, many of them wrong.


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