Re: Feedback from the LibTomMath Book?

2003-06-28 Thread tom st denis
[Originally I was going to make this a private reply but since I have a cool explanation of Karatsuba I'll share it with the group] --- Anton Stiglic [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I think it looks pretty good!. Here are some comments: On page 82 you mention Fourier Transform based solutions,

Re: Draft Edition of LibTomMath book

2003-06-28 Thread Peter Gutmann
Werner Koch [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Does the proprietary SSH still use GMP? I know no other major crypto apps using GMP for big number math. I've seen it used in a couple of lesser-known apps that I played with for interop testing, nothing that counts as a major app though. Maybe it's

Apple DRM Revisited

2003-06-28 Thread R. A. Hettinga
http://www.scifihifi.com/weblog/mac/AppleDRMRevisited.html Sci-Fi Hi-Fi: Weblog Sat, 17 May 2003 Apple DRM Revisited Posted: 20:54 | Category: [ /mac ] | Permanent Link: # In a previous post detailing my research into the iTunes Music Store's digital rights management scheme, I promised to

Attacking networks using DHCP, DNS - probably kills DNSSEC

2003-06-28 Thread Bill Stewart
Somebody did an interesting attack on a cable network's customers. They cracked the cable company's DHCP server, got it to provide a Connection-specific DNS suffic pointing to a machine they owned, and also told it to use their DNS server. This meant that when your machine wanted to look up

Re: Attacking networks using DHCP, DNS - probably kills DNSSEC

2003-06-28 Thread Thor Lancelot Simon
On Sat, Jun 28, 2003 at 01:06:03PM -0700, Bill Stewart wrote: Somebody did an interesting attack on a cable network's customers. They cracked the cable company's DHCP server, got it to provide a Connection-specific DNS suffic pointing to a machine they owned, and also told it to use their DNS