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Cryptography is the practice and study of logical means used to achieve information confidentiality, integrity and authenticity. It covers, among other things, encryption (making some data unreadable except for those who know a given secret element, called a key), data hashing (in particular for password storage) and digital signatures (provable integrity and authenticity with non-repudiation).

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In your case you could covertly obtain a random selection of the finished devices, then remove and replace the secure cryptoprocessor with some clever signal generator that outputs a known pattern ins …
answered May 23 '17 by daniel
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That depends a lot on your ceremonies. It sounds like your encrypted data is on a computer connected to the internet, isolating the computer would be a better way to increase security. If you are decr …
answered Jul 14 '17 by daniel
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I would say don't do it, it looks like someone else is already working on an openssl steganography implementation on github. If you are using pictures for your steganography they are sort of already a …
answered Mar 20 '17 by daniel