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Cracking Kingston DataTraveler vault privacy - is it possible?

I have Kingston DataTraveler vault privacy USB flash drive (DTVP/2GB). Here is tech specs. Flash drive has a 256-bit AES hardware based encryption. My flash has password protected and I do not know ...
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I was reading weaknesses in AES encryption. Unfortunately, I have a website that uses AES: Its database is almost entirely AES encrypted. Is there a real threat? Would it be worth to refactor the web ...
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Can AES-256 encrypted data be changed?

I have a file that supposedly contains AES-256 encrypted data. The file was created using a proprietary program that claims to use AES-256. I have tested decrypting the file with an open source ...
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7zip AES encrypted archive, padding oracle attack

I created an encrypted but forgot the password. When I attempted a pattern based brute force it said it had over a 100 trillion passwords to check. And to my knowledge that could take a few years. ...