Nobody else has the time and resources to break any reasonable cipher, so there's really no point in carefully choosing a cipher. Even a 56-bit DES encryption will fend off attacks of opportunity.
But now that computers are faster, 'ordinary' people can brute force weaker crypto methods, if my understanding of the issue is correct.
No part of the preceeding data has any effect on any other part of the data's encryption. How good can that possibly be.
Umm ... what do mean by "have and use an implementation" ?? Are you
actually embedding a single-cipher crypto layer into something instead
of using an SSL library?
Although at the moment I'm having a hard time remembering what I use it for.
Why would I want to suck in an entire ssl library when all I need to do is encrypt one string. That's exactly the kind of thing that grinds at my soul. If I had a soul.
It's to encrypt a cookie.
That's because you didn't eat the ginger ones.
WTF is wrong with DigiNotar?
Y'know, I don't know why all CA's aren't required to simply use sneakernet to access their private key every time they want to sign a cert. It would avoid all sorts of problems.
That's why they're so cheap.
Wed Sep 14 2011 01:26:40 AM EDT from the8088er @ UncensoredDoes anyone have any experience setting up a long range ewireless ethernet bridge? I'm looking at using Motorola Canopy equipment to span around 4.1 miles.
Give me a day or two, I believe my ex-boss set up something. I will see what he says.
Maybe it would be better to ask what are your questions specifically?
I saw a page with them creating parabolic mirrors with spanning meshes over wooden base construction
gives you other approaches too.