Am Mittwoch, den 10.01.2007, 18:31 -0500 schrieb Steven M. Bellovin: I just stumbled on a web site that strongly believes in crypto -- *everything* on the site is protected by https. If you go there via http, you receive a Redirect. The site? www.cia.gov: http://www.trustedcomputing.org/
- Original Message - From: Matthias Bruestle [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Private Key Generation from Passwords/phrases What do you think about this? I think you need some serious help in learning the difference between 2^112 and 112, and that you really don't seem to have much grasp
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Matthias Bruestle wrote: Hi, I am thinking about this since last night. On the web I haven't found much and I want to go in a different direction as I have found. Say I want to have 112bit security, i.e. as secure as 3DES. For this I would choose (as everybody writes) 224bit ECC (or Tipsy
As many people here are aware, one of my least favorite banks, especially in terms of system security, is Chase. Today I received an email message from Chase informing me that I'd gotten a brand new hotel rewards program branded Visa card from them, and inviting me to click on various links to
I have just finished a positional paper holding the view that AACS, Advanced Access Control System used for protection of HD recordable media, will fail as an effective measure against unauthorized copying of content. The argument is largely of an economical nature.
FYI: Leaking a sensitive government document can mean risking a jail sentence - but not for much longer if an online service called WikiLeaks goes ahead. WikiLeaks is designed to allow anyone to post documents on the web without fear of being traced.