### Re: Fermat's primality test vs. Miller-Rabin

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### Re: Fermat's primality test vs. Miller-Rabin

- 1 = 0 (mod n). This is why M-R fails for n=2. -- Jeremiah Rogers - The Cryptography Mailing List Unsubscribe by sending unsubscribe cryptography to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

### Re: Java: Helping the world build bigger idiots

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### Re: Feature or Flaw?

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### origin of SHA 224 initial hash values

I'm having trouble pinpointing the origin of the initial hash values for SHA 224 and, for that matter, 128. These values are defined as hex representations of cube roots of primes for sha-1 of lengths 256, 384 and 512, but I can't find where they were obtained for the shorter lengths. Thanks

### Re: A-B-a-b encryption

On Nov 16, 2003, at 12:24 PM, lrk wrote: Stupid crypto, probably. Unless I'm missing something, this only works if A(A(M)) = M. Symetric crypto, not just symetric keys. NEVER willingly give the cryptanalyst the same message encrypted with the same system using two different keys. For the simple

### Re: A-B-a-b encryption

This is Shamir's Three-Pass Protocol, described in section 22.3 of Schneier. It requires a commutative cryptosystem. - Jeremiah Rogers - The Cryptography Mailing List Unsubscribe by sending unsubscribe cryptography to [EMAIL