Re: Truecrypt 4.3 Released
On Mar 24, 12:45 pm, Rick Merrill <rick0.merr...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
"Hexalon" <Hexa...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in
What cipher's are going away? I currently use 256-bit AES. Will that
one be around? TIA
Read the full story for yourself:
Our firewall uses 1024 bit encryption!
(yeah, a bit of overkill!)
What algorithm do your firewalls use? RSA? AES? I use 256-bit AES
because that algorithm seems to be a good trade off of speed and
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