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This is the tenth of ten parts of the sci.crypt FAQ. The parts are mostly independent, but you should read the first part before the rest. We don't have the time to send out missing parts by mail, so don't ask.

Xref: msuinfo sci.crypt:16363 sci.answers:190 news.answers:8245 Archive-name: cryptography-faq/part05 This is the fifth of ten parts of the sci.crypt FAQ. The parts are mostly independent, but you should read the first part before the rest. We don't have the …

sci.crypt FAQ This is a mirror of the sci.crypt FAQ. Hopefully I will be keeping it up to date. If you have comments, please feel free to send them to shadow+@andrew.cmu.edu.Enjoy.

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sci.crypt.research FAQ. Posting-Frequency: monthly Archive-Name: cryptography-faq/research Last-modified: 20 March 1995 1. "What is the charter of sci.crypt.research?" The discussion of cryptography, cryptanalysis, and related issues in a more civilized environment than sci.crypt.

sci.crypt — an unmoderated forum for discussions on technical aspects of cryptography. sci.crypt.research — a similar, moderated group, focusing on research into cryptography. It was founded based on a charter by Peter Gutmann. sci.crypt.random-numbers — discuss generation of cryptographically secure random numbers. talk.politics.crypto ...

In addition to the SCI.CRYPT newsgroup, there is also a SCI.CRYPT.RESEARCH newsgroup. It's faq can be found here: SCI.CRYPT.RESEARCH FAQ. RSA Data Security, Inc. has the following three-part FAQ: RSA FAQ #1 of 3; RSA FAQ #2 of 3;

The American Cryptogram Association (ACA) is an American non-profit organization devoted to the hobby of cryptography, with an emphasis on types of codes, ciphers, and cryptograms that can be solved either with pencil and paper, or with computers, but not computer-only systems.

sci.crypt. Different methods of data en/decryption. RSA Cryptography Today FAQ (*/*) ... (20 Jan 1996 01:28:56 GMT) Cryptography FAQ (*/*: *) Part 1 of 10 of the sci.crypt FAQ, Overview. Table of contents, contributors, feedback, archives, administrivia, changes.

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> statement in the "Cryptography FAQ". > > > We can measure how bad a key distribution is by calculating > > its entropy. This number E is the number of ``real bits > > of information'' of the key: a cryptanalyst will typically > > happen across the key within 2^E guesses. E is defined as

The appearance of talk.politics.crypto has alleviated this problem only slightly. I therefore propose the creation of sci.crypt.research in an effort to restore the status quo to what it was a few years ago. Despite many, many requests >from people to keep the noise out of sci.crypt, this has not happened, so the new group will be moderated.

This manual assumes familiarity with public-key cryptography and the RSA algorithm. If you don't know what these are or how they work, please refer to the sci.crypt FAQ[15]. A formal treatment of RSA can be found in [1]. DESCRIPTION. Crypt::RSA is a pure-perl, cleanroom implementation of …

Cryptography and Security (No longer maintained -- link farms seem out-of-date now that search engines are so good!) This page contains pointers to other web pages dealing with cryptography and security, organized into the following sections:

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The Cryptography FAQ is posted to the newsgroups sci.crypt, talk.politics.crypto, sci.answers, and news.answers every 21 days. Contents: 9.1. What is the National Security Agency (NSA)?

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Two simple utilities that test the use of the crypt function. des-crypt.c takes in a user entered string and outputs the encrypted hash. des-decrypt.c tests for a valid password. tags | encryption , crypto

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The sci.crypt FAQ will point you to rec.puzzles - so I wanted to mention. Jeff On 11/17/06, Mayorga, Armando CTR NIOC Norfolk N361 < [hidden email] > wrote: > Hello all, > > I am looking to see if anyone can provide an "objective" mathematical > analysis of an encryption algorithm that I have developed.

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A PGP FAQ is available to shed some light on the subject. It is not an introduction to PGP or cryptography. If you are not at least conversationally versed in either topic, readers are directed to The Infinity Concept issue 1, and the sci.crypt FAQ.

11.5.4. Cryptographic Hash Algorithms. Some programs need a one-way cryptographic hash algorithm, that is, a function that takes an ``arbitrary'' amount of data and generates a fixed-length number that hard for an attacker to invert (e.g., it's difficult for an attacker to create a …

The RSA Factoring Challenge was a challenge put forward by RSA Laboratories on March 18, 1991 to encourage research into computational number theory and the practical difficulty of factoring large integers and cracking RSA keys used in cryptography.They published a list of semiprimes (numbers with exactly two prime factors) known as the RSA numbers, with a cash prize for the successful ...

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