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accepted Can a CN-only certificate bypass a name constraint if the CA goes rogue?
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answered Why can't the FBI read the key embedded in the iPhone's secure chip/ROM directly from hardware (silicon)?
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comment Why should one not use the same asymmetric key for encryption as they do for signing?
@user93353 Workplaces often escrow your private encryption key. That way, when they fire you, you get hit by a bus, or you abscond with the boss's daughter, they still have access to your files. Any employer that allows encrypting work product with a key they don't hold in escrow is asking for trouble.
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revised What specific padding weakness does OAEP address in RSA?
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