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I like to down vote people who don't read the questions. Sue me.

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accepted Is my RSA signed data secure?
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comment Is my RSA signed data secure?
Sadly, working in .NET, I dug and dug through decompiled source for RSACryptoServiceProvider, and the RNG used for key generation is hidden in native calls I can't find documenation for. Perhaps getting to that is just beyond my skill level at the moment.
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comment Is my RSA signed data secure?
"they cannot be put at risk by flawed randomness." .. So the definitive answer is RSA signatures are not at risk from broken PRNG implementations, because RSA signature generation doesn't rely on PRNG?
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comment Is my RSA signed data secure?
Yikes, I supposed my next question is whether or not the key generation built into .NET RSA provider is "broken" or not...
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accepted With PBKDF2, what is an optimal Hash size in bytes? What about the size of the salt?
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comment With PBKDF2, what is an optimal Hash size in bytes? What about the size of the salt?
Possibly, but most likely it's going to be the standard hash-check login scenario.
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comment With PBKDF2, what is an optimal Hash size in bytes? What about the size of the salt?
Particularly in hashing passwords.
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