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ENCRYPTION QUESTIONS

Is this AES encrypt safe?
Is this AES encrypt safe?
around this issue Yes this is safe. Both c and d are the result of a key unknown to the attacker being used to encrypt a message that is also unknown to the attacker. It is as safe as AES is in any other practical scenario.
TAG : encryption
Date : November 04 2020, 04:01 AM , By : user2179335
How to secure/encrypt a Lucene index?
How to secure/encrypt a Lucene index?
help you fix your problem Check out the source code of FSDirectory. All the disk IO of lucene passes through this class. You could place your encryption/decryption code in this class and distribute this custom binary of lucene.If you are using symmet
TAG : encryption
Date : October 23 2020, 11:12 AM , By : user3849397
Does a hash salt have any other use than to prevent rainbow table attacks?
Does a hash salt have any other use than to prevent rainbow table attacks?
I hope this helps you . No - It only prevents rainbow table attacks. As a attacker needs to build the rainbow table for each password entry. Because the salt adds a lil spice which differentiates the password hash from all the others. Dictionary-base
TAG : encryption
Date : October 18 2020, 11:12 AM , By : Todd A. Schroeder
Would CSPRNG + XOR be a secure encryption method?
Would CSPRNG + XOR be a secure encryption method?
I wish did fix the issue. Essentially this is just using Blum Blum Shub (or whatever PRNG) as a stream cipher. This isn't how they're designed to be used, and they might be weak to attacks that make sense in a stream cipher context but not in a CSPRN
TAG : encryption
Date : October 15 2020, 01:19 AM , By : Yanhao Wallace Wang
How can I use OpenSSL to encrypt a message using my public key and then decrypt it using my private key?
How can I use OpenSSL to encrypt a message using my public key and then decrypt it using my private key?
like below fixes the issue Here is what I've tried: , This code works:
TAG : encryption
Date : October 15 2020, 01:19 AM , By : user3852376
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