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Meta: this may better fit security or even superuser; if it migrates take my answer along please. How big? A (full) TDES aka DESede key contains 168 bits of "real" key, but the stored form includes bits originally reserved for parity and today often ignored totalling 192 bits = 24 octets. "Two-key TDES" (TDEA keying option 2) has 112 "real" bits, stored ...


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Not sure of your question, is it how these values are encrypted? It is described in RFC-2548 section 2.4.2. The reason I think this is that in your question you state: I have an example of freeradius and the session key is converted from 16 bytes long to 32 bytes long before the construction of the string stated in RFC 2548. so you are wondering ...


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The difference between generating a KeyPair with CKA_TOKEN set as true and false is that when it is set to true, the KeyPair that is generated by the hardware token is persisted (it exists on the token even after you logout of the session). If it is set to false, it is still generated on the hardware and not outside the token, it is just not persisted (it ...



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