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revised Collision attacks on OCB?
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accepted OMAC: multiplication in a finite field - how can I compute the correct polynomial
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comment Should I use Windows' Cryptographic Service Provider to generate RSA keys?
@ewanm89 He's referring to my software calling advapi.dll, which is part of Windows and contains Microsoft CSP. With CSP I can't use a library like OpenSSL. I'm calling into the operating system on the end users' computer, which is controlled by GPO.
Apr
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comment Should I use Windows' Cryptographic Service Provider to generate RSA keys?
It's Windows only. Verified is good. Can I check on that? Google isn't helping.
Apr
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comment Should I use Windows' Cryptographic Service Provider to generate RSA keys?
No. The software itself is not encrypted at all. It is only processing a great deal of personal data over a network. My comment about key verification is only a practical one.
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comment Should I use Windows' Cryptographic Service Provider to generate RSA keys?
I updated it. Still curious about RijndaelManaged and AesManaged.