Encryption, Back Doors, Apple and the FBI

Earlier this week I started to write a post on the conflict between the NSA, FBI, DNA and others regarding encryption and what users should be allowed to do. It’s pretty complicated as there are multiple players. Then came the story yesterday and today about Apple and iPhone decoding. If you haven’t caught it yet, […]
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Cryptography Developments: Elliptic Curves

I recently wrote about the NSA’s surprising announcement in August. They urged the community to work on post-quantum cryptography. More surprisingly, they also recommended that organizations that have not yet converted from traditional RSA-based public-key systems to the newer ECC (or Elliptic Curve Cryptography) should not bother doing so. RSA security relies on the difficulty […]
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