This might well be a silly question, but at the moment I've not thought of a reason it doesn't work. As I think is generally known, you should never re-use a one-time pad. But compression allows you ...
By default, GPG compresses text during encryption. Additionally, RFC 4880 says: 2.3. Compression OpenPGP implementations SHOULD compress the message after applying the signature but before ...
I am writing full-stack server side software and I have been researching CRIME attacks and it's relation to SPDY header compression as I am implementing the server side codecs for it at the moment. ...
Correct me if I misunderstand the following quoted paragraphs, but basically to compress something it must be decrypted first. This seems to be the claim of the article but I don't see this as true. ...
Suppose I have an application which does encryption using SSL and provided you cannot control what cipher suite is being negotiated, and assuming that I have some custom compression over the data ...
When companies package binary executables, they are often encrypted, compressed, scrambled, and otherwise made so that your lazy hacker can't simply open the program up in Notepad++ and see the code. ...
If we want both encryption and compression during transmission then what will be the most preferable order. Encrypt then compress Compress then encrypt