Re: Dynamic change of encryption keys

"Mok-Kong Shen" <mok-kong.shen@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:hdmm87$iq9$02$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

It seems intuitively clear that it may be beneficial to limit the
volume of materials encrpyted with the same key in encryptions.

Yes it does, in fact this has been standard for many years. So much so that the latest problem in SSL/TLS is in the change over.


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