Are laptop search seizures increasing use of disk crypto?

2006-10-26 Thread Udhay Shankar N
Like the subject says - I'm curious whether the current regime of inspection and forensic analysis of laptops, primarily in the US, has affected corporate policies regarding disk crypto. Is there anybody studying this? Any resources available online? Thanks, Udhay -- ((Udhay Shankar N))

Re: [Cfrg] Applications of target collisions: Pre or post-dating MD5-based RFC 3161 time-stamp tokens

2006-10-26 Thread Steven M. Bellovin
So how close are we getting to first or second preimage attacks? - The Cryptography Mailing List Unsubscribe by sending unsubscribe cryptography to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Are laptop search seizures increasing use of disk crypto?

2006-10-26 Thread Steven M. Bellovin
On Thu, 26 Oct 2006 10:29:52 +0530, Udhay Shankar N [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Like the subject says - I'm curious whether the current regime of inspection and forensic analysis of laptops, primarily in the US, has affected corporate policies regarding disk crypto. Is there anybody studying

RE: Are laptop search seizures increasing use of disk crypto?

2006-10-26 Thread dave kleiman
-Original Message- From: Udhay Shankar N Sent: Thursday, October 26, 2006 01:00 Like the subject says - I'm curious whether the current regime of inspection and forensic analysis of laptops, primarily in the US, has affected corporate policies

RE: [Cfrg] Applications of target collisions: Pre or post-dating MD5-based RFC 3161 time-stamp tokens

2006-10-26 Thread Weger, B.M.M. de
Hi Steven, So how close are we getting to first or second preimage attacks? As far as we know, not one bit closer. Best known attack on MD5 preimage resistance still is brute force. You may interpret our result as enlarging the applicability of collision attacks. In that sense the gap to