Re: WYTM?

2003-10-15 Thread Ian Grigg
Eric Rescorla wrote: Ian Grigg [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I'm sorry, but, yes, I do find great difficulty in not dismissing it. Indeed being other than dismissive about it! Cryptography is a special product, it may appear to be working, but that isn't really good enough.

Re: WYTM?

2003-10-15 Thread Ian Grigg
Tim Dierks wrote: At 12:28 AM 10/13/2003, Ian Grigg wrote: Problem is, it's also wrong. The end systems are not secure, and the comms in the middle is actually remarkably safe. I think this is an interesting, insightful analysis, but I also think it's drawing a stronger contrast between

Re: cryptographic ergodic sequence generators?

2003-10-15 Thread John S. Denker
Perry E. Metzger wrote: I've noted to others on this before that for an application like the IP fragmentation id, it might be even better if no repeats occurred in any block of 2^31 (n being 32) but the sequence did not repeat itself (or at least could be harmlessly reseeded at very very long

Re: Internal format of RSA private keys in microsoft keystore.

2003-10-15 Thread Anton Stiglic
- Original Message - From: R.Sriram [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, October 10, 2003 1:20 AM Subject: Internal format of RSA private keys in microsoft keystore. Greetings, In the process of trying to work around some of the limitations of the m$-CAPI API, I'm

Re: NCipher Takes Hardware Security To Network Level

2003-10-15 Thread Anton Stiglic
- Original Message - From: Ian Grigg [EMAIL PROTECTED] * In contrast, someone who knows little about cars, can objectively evaluate a car. They can take it for a test drive and see if it feels right. Using it is proving it. I'm not totally convinced of this... Someone with

Indian National Workshop on Cryptography

2003-10-15 Thread R. A. Hettinga
http://www.ciol.com/cgi-bin/printer.asp?id=50186 ? Tuesday, October 14, 2003 Cyber India Online National workshop on cryptography PUNE: Cryptography was until recently an exclusive domain of the defense and security agencies. However, with the explosive growth of computerization,