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comment Signal listening
@Michael: Yes. A rogue gallicism. I fixed it.
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answered Why is it not recommend to use permanent validity of certificate for public key
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comment What is the current security status of Diffie-Hellman key exchange?
@Mok-KongShen: see keylength.com for discussion and pointers for all your questions.
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answered What is the current security status of Diffie-Hellman key exchange?
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comment BLS signature java implementation needed (if possible, along with some example code)
Computational resources that can be mustered by any attacker are limited by his budget, to buy hardware and to buy electricity to power the said hardware. There is only so much you can have with a billion dollars. Technological advances tend to increase the amount of computing you can do with a given budget; look up "Moore's law". Right now, a rich organization (say, Apple or Google) may have the cash necessary to envision a 2^80 or so breaking effort, though of course they will do it only if the result is worth it.
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answered Re-sign Certificate Using Different Hashing Algorithm
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