Given that: You should always use proven secure hashing and encryption algorithms, rather than attempting to write your own. What's the process for criteria for an algorithm being proven? Is ...
I have this idea about building a social network that stores all its data encrypted. The idea is that a member's data is stored on multiple 'base servers' (of the member's choice). Each member has 3 ...
Lets say, I have a function encrypt(mes,key) where : mes = message key = key Length of key is 64bits. Lets say, that only way to crack my cipher is brute force attack. If I use ...
If future proof encryption is - in theory - possible it will require long password. What are some of the strategies for storing or remembering very long - in this case rarely used - password? For ...
Let's say I have a message that I want to keep safe for the next 100 years. Is it theoretically possible? Let's say the message is unique (raw picture data, raw video video data, raw text data) and ...