Privacy Guru Locks Down VOIP

2005-08-01 Thread R.A. Hettinga
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Possibly new result on truncating hashes

2005-08-01 Thread John Kelsey
Guys, I have what seems like a new and interesting result, which I haven't seen before, but which may or may not be new. The high order bit is that you can't generally guarantee that truncating your hash (chopping off some bits) won't weaken it. That is, if you chop SHA256 off to 160 bits as

[Clips] All your routers are belong to us

2005-08-01 Thread R.A. Hettinga
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Diebold - might be of interest

2005-08-01 Thread Lance James
Hi all, I don't know if this is appropriate on this list, but I know that diebold voting systems have been an issue in the cryptography community for a while now. Having said that, I'm pasting an article that I received (from my parents actually) that might be of interest to this group. If

Last WWII Comanche code talker dies in Oklahoma

2005-08-01 Thread Udhay Shankar N
[resending this, after it didn't reach the list first time. I seem to have fallen off the list, and am back on now. I hope this isn't a repeat. /udhay] http://aolsvc.news.aol.com/news/article.adp?id=20050721170009990017 Last WWII Comanche code talker dies in Oklahoma By Ben Fenwick, Reuters