On 28/09/13 22:06 PM, ianG wrote:
On 27/09/13 18:23 PM, Phillip Hallam-Baker wrote:

Problem with the NSA is that its Jekyll and Hyde. There is the good side
trying to improve security and the dark side trying to break it. Which
side did the push for EC come from?

What's in Suite A?  Will probably illuminate that question...

Just to clarify my original poser -- which *public key methods* are suggested in Suite A?

RSA?  EC?  diversified keys?  Something new?

The answer will probably illuminate what the NSA really thinks about EC.

(As well as get us all put in jail for thought-crime.)


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