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comment Are encryption algorithms designed to hinder parallelization?
"Also, is an encryption algorithm being less parallelizable often touted as an advantage of that algorithm?" No, because performance is a real concern with encryption algorithms.
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comment What is the purpose of frequently rotating TLS certificates without changing underlying keys?
@A.L Administrative overhead.
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revised What is the purpose of frequently rotating TLS certificates without changing underlying keys?
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