Re: Copyright Notice.
- From: Tom St Denis <tom@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2011 09:32:07 -0700 (PDT)
On Mar 21, 12:21 pm, adacrypt <austin.oby...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Let's say that something happened tomorrow to put the cosh on all
current crypto like say for instance that quantum computing made a
huge advance suddenly and AES and RSA were made useless overnight then
I would be the first to offer my stuff (which of course is immune to
computer power for all time) - ( that's both vector and scalar
cryptographies in my portfolio).
I love how despite absolutely zero training or experience in
cryptography you carry on like such a verbose ardent expert in the
subject matter. It's like your brain full out rejects the problem of
"you have no clue" and gives you the green light to decide that
posting 1000s of paragraphs about essentially nothing in particular
amounts to a "portfolio."
Keep it up.
- Quantum slip - Quantum conspiracy
... about how tolerant our current crypto -algorithms would be against the ... of quantum computing and the QC tolerance of current algorithms needs ... White house confession that in 1996 NSA had obtained a superior ... Still requiring key escrow to be build in. ...
- Re: Compression and UNICITY DISTANCE
... Crypto-algorithms are safe because they base on ... Shannon talked about crypto based on an information ... to rely only on time complexity to break and worse yet its bad ... > my doubt wether quantum computing will work reasonable anyhow (I think ...
- Re: PhD in cryptography sufficient for research in quantum computers
... I am no longer interested in working on pure crypto. ... I dont have the energy to do another phd in quantum computers ... ... My advice, if you want to get involved in research on quantum computing, ...
- Re: [PATCH resend][CRYPTO]: RSA algorithm patch
... It seems you jumped halfway in, missing some background info, I'll try to ... in the kernel, too. ... Putting plain unpadded RSA in the kernel seems bogus. ... the rest to make it useful, like a crypto API interface and padding. ...
- Re: Jaccuse
... crypto, for example, you need a lot more than 128 bits if you want ... Those who speak with authority on Usenet do so because they speak from ... choosing sufficiently large key sizes. ... the RSA Factoring Challenges highlight the issues around ...