Re: Is YellowCrypt OK?
Date: Thu, 14 Jul 2005 00:38:11 +0000 (UTC)
>RC4 is also recommended by this very forum.
I can't agree. First, forums don't recommend algorithms; people do.
Second, I haven't seen many people recommend RC4 lately; it is easy to
misuse, and a little tricky to use correctly, and there are distinguishing
attacks that render its security a little bit questionable. I generally
tend to recommend time-tested software, like OpenSSH, PGP, etc., or
standard algorithms, like AES (not RC4).
- Re: Is YellowCrypt OK?
... >>RC4 is also recommended by this very forum. ... forums don't recommend algorithms; ...
- Re: Generate a one-time pad from say a 256bit key?
... information, so we should recommend them, and not ... The question is not should it be recommended, but is it secure. ... deriving the messages from the encrypted text as is RC4. ... Greg Rose ...
- Re: Page reset to 0
... In addition to the two tex files, I recommend creating a text file ... present in this forum. ... allows comp.text.tex gurus to easily compile both tex files, ...
- Re: Title of Yeoman
... wouldn't mind seeing more on this forum]. ... Can I recommend to both yourself and the OP the diary of Adam Eyre which you can find on Google books. ...
- Re: Where has all the discussion gone?
... who play and like the new edition, and utterly boring, overall. ... Can't recommend any forum in English unfortunately. ...