Let's say I have a video file that is split into multiple parts. Each piece is 2 Megabytes. I also have a list of the *insert hash name here* for each piece and also for the full file. Now assume ...
Referring to the following quote https://www.kernel.org/doc/Documentation/virtual/kvm/timekeeping.txt 4.8) Covert channels and leaks In addition to the above problems, time information will ...
I recently learned that there is an attack that utilizes the fact that when brute-forcing a compared string (e.g. hash from a password or token) in a database the query fails a few nanoseconds earlier ...
Anyone have any experience in contacting the Adobe Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT)? I sent in an exploit that I found two weeks ago and I have not heard from them since. Would they ...
What is the time taken by an AES Encryption algorithm, with a key of 128 bits, operating on a normal computer (say with Intel i7) and what will be the impact be on the time if I wish to use a 256 bit ...
let's say we have encrypted our drive with AES 256 XTS and the following Hash: SHA1 with ~500k Iterations and a 20+ password SHA512 with ~250k Iterations and the same 20+ password. Let's think of ...
An article describes clock skew attack possibilities §§: These can be attacked by repeatedly connecting to the hidden service, causing its CPU load, hence temperature, to increase and so ...