November 2010 Archives by date
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Ending: Tue Nov 30 22:55:41 EST 2010
Messages: 140
- [cryptography] short signature scheme?
Jonathan Katz
- [cryptography] short signature scheme?
Ralf Philipp Weinmann
- [cryptography] short signature scheme?
Adam Back
- [cryptography] short signature scheme?
Ralf Philipp Weinmann
- [cryptography] short signature scheme?
Samuel Neves
- [cryptography] short signature scheme?
Paul Crowley
- [cryptography] short signature scheme?
Jon Callas
- [cryptography] short signature scheme?
Marsh Ray
- [cryptography] short signature scheme?
David-Sarah Hopwood
- [cryptography] short signature scheme?
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] teaching crypto to 7th-12th graders
travis+ml-rbcryptography at subspacefield.org
- [cryptography] cryptography at metzdowd.com down?
travis+ml-rbcryptography at subspacefield.org
- [cryptography] cryptography at metzdowd.com down?
Steven Bellovin
- [cryptography] Disk encryption advice...
travis+ml-rbcryptography at subspacefield.org
- [cryptography] How to Not Trust Spookistan, was Re: Disk encryption advice...
travis+ml-rbcryptography at subspacefield.org
- [cryptography] short signature scheme?
Jonathan Katz
- [cryptography] teaching crypto to 7th-12th graders
Sandy Harris
- [cryptography] Duplicate signature attacks (was: short signature scheme?)
David-Sarah Hopwood
- [cryptography] How to Not Trust Spookistan, was Re: Disk encryption advice...
Sandy Harris
- [cryptography] cryptography at metzdowd.com down?
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] teaching crypto to 7th-12th graders
Alfonso De Gregorio
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
Ian G
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
Paul Hoffman
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
Ian G
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
Jon Callas
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
Marsh Ray
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] ECC patent FUD
David-Sarah Hopwood
- [cryptography] ECC patent FUD
Peter Gutmann
- [cryptography] ECC patent FUD
Jack Lloyd
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
Paul Hoffman
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
Marsh Ray
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
David G. Koontz
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
David G. Koontz
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
Steven Bellovin
- [cryptography] Embrace the decline!
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] ECC patent FUD
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] Embrace the decline!
Chris Palmer
- [cryptography] Embrace the decline!
Adam Back
- [cryptography] Do AES encryptions act randomly?
Marsh Ray
- [cryptography] ECC patent FUD
David G. Koontz
- [cryptography] ECC patent FUD
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] Embrace the decline!
Peter Gutmann
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
Ian G
- [cryptography] ECC patent FUD
Jack Lloyd
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
Steven Bellovin
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
Ian G
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
Steven Bellovin
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
Marsh Ray
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
John Levine
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
Adam Back
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
Marsh Ray
- [cryptography] OpenSSL, X.509, ASN.1 - the bane of my existence
travis+ml-rbcryptography at subspacefield.org
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
Steven Bellovin
- [cryptography] teaching crypto to 7th-12th graders
travis+ml-rbcryptography at subspacefield.org
- [cryptography] algorithmic patents, was Re: NSA's position in the dominance stakes
travis+ml-rbcryptography at subspacefield.org
- [cryptography] philosophical question about strengths and attacks at impossible levels
travis+ml-rbcryptography at subspacefield.org
- [cryptography] algorithmic patents, was Re: NSA's position in the dominance stakes
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
Jon Callas
- [cryptography] OpenSSL, X.509, ASN.1 - the bane of my existence
Peter Gutmann
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
Adam Back
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] philosophical question about strengths and attacks at impossible levels
travis+ml-rbcryptography at subspacefield.org
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
Jon Callas
- [cryptography] philosophical question about strengths and attacks at impossible levels
Ian G
- [cryptography] philosophical question about strengths and attacks at impossible levels
Jon Callas
- [cryptography] philosophical question about strengths and attacks at impossible levels
Chris Palmer
- [cryptography] philosophical question about strengths and attacks at impossible levels
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] philosophical question about strengths and attacks at impossible levels
Ian G
- [cryptography] philosophical question about strengths and attacks at impossible levels
Randall Webmail
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
John Levine
- [cryptography] philosophical question about strengths and attacks at impossible levels
Peter Gutmann
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
Ian G
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] patents and stuff (Re: NSA's position in the dominance stakes)
Adam Back
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
Adam Back
- [cryptography] patents and stuff (Re: NSA's position in the dominance stakes)
Peter Gutmann
- [cryptography] patents and stuff (Re: NSA's position in the dominance stakes)
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] NSA's position in the dominance stakes
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] philosophical question about strengths and attacks at impossible levels
Rayservers
- [cryptography] patents and stuff (Re: NSA's position in the dominance stakes)
John Levine
- [cryptography] patents and stuff (Re: NSA's position in the dominance stakes)
Steven Bellovin
- [cryptography] patents and stuff (Re: NSA's position in the dominance stakes)
James S. Tyre
- [cryptography] philosophical question about strengths and attacks at impossible levels
Marsh Ray
- [cryptography] patents and stuff (Re: NSA's position in the dominance stakes)
Ian G
- [cryptography] patents and stuff (Re: NSA's position in the dominance stakes)
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] patents and stuff (Re: NSA's position in the dominance stakes)
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] patents and stuff (Re: NSA's position in the dominance stakes)
Chris Palmer
- [cryptography] patents and stuff (Re: NSA's position in the dominance stakes)
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] patents and stuff (Re: NSA's position in the dominance stakes)
James S. Tyre
- [cryptography] patents and stuff (Re: NSA's position in the dominance stakes)
Chris Palmer
- [cryptography] philosophical question about strengths and attacks at impossible levels
coderman
- [cryptography] patents and stuff (Re: NSA's position in the dominance stakes)
Adam Back
- [cryptography] patents and stuff (Re: NSA's position in the dominance stakes)
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] patents and stuff (Re: NSA's position in the dominance stakes)
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] patents and stuff (Re: NSA's position in the dominance stakes)
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] philosophical question about strengths and attacks at impossible levels
Ian G
- [cryptography] philosophical question about strengths and attacks at impossible levels
Peter Gutmann
- [cryptography] patents and stuff (Re: NSA's position in the dominance stakes)
John Levine
- [cryptography] patents and stuff (Re: NSA's position in the dominance stakes)
Adam Back
- [cryptography] patents and stuff (Re: NSA's position in the dominance stakes)
Steven Bellovin
- [cryptography] patents and stuff (Re: NSA's position in the dominance stakes)
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] The pathologies of the patent system
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] not trusted
Ian G
- [cryptography] patents and stuff (Re: NSA's position in the dominance stakes)
Rayservers
- [cryptography] philosophical question about strengths and attacks at impossible levels
travis+ml-rbcryptography at subspacefield.org
- [cryptography] philosophical question about strengths and attacks at impossible levels
travis+ml-rbcryptography at subspacefield.org
- [cryptography] philosophical question about strengths and attacks at impossible levels
Ian G
- [cryptography] philosophical question about strengths and attacks at impossible levels
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] philosophical question about strengths and attacks at impossible levels
travis+ml-rbcryptography at subspacefield.org
- [cryptography] philosophical question about strengths and attacks at impossible levels
Marsh Ray
- [cryptography] philosophical question about strengths and attacks at impossible levels
coderman
- [cryptography] philosophical question about strengths and attacks at impossible levels
Marsh Ray
- [cryptography] AES side channel attack using a weakness in the Linux scheduler
Jack Lloyd
- [cryptography] USB Entropy source / RNG
Rayservers
- [cryptography] USB Entropy source / RNG
Rayservers
- [cryptography] philosophical question about strengths and attacks at impossible levels
coderman
- [cryptography] AES side channel attack using a weakness in the Linux scheduler
coderman
- [cryptography] philosophical question about strengths and attacks at impossible levels
Marsh Ray
- [cryptography] RNG, was Re: philosophical question about strengths and attacks at impossible levels
travis+ml-rbcryptography at subspacefield.org
- [cryptography] USB Entropy source / RNG
Sandy Harris
- [cryptography] philosophical question about strengths and attacks at impossible levels
coderman
- [cryptography] AES side channel attack using a weakness in the Linux scheduler
mheyman at gmail.com
- [cryptography] AES side channel attack using a weakness in the Linux scheduler
Ian G
- [cryptography] AES side channel attack using a weakness in the Linux scheduler
coderman
- [cryptography] Announcing Tahoe, the Least-Authority File System, v1.8.1
David-Sarah Hopwood
- [cryptography] Announcing Tahoe, the Least-Authority File System, v1.8.1
David-Sarah Hopwood
- [cryptography] The 90s called, they want their security UI-spoofing bugs back
Peter Gutmann
- [cryptography] current digital cash / anonymous payment projects?
travis+ml-rbcryptography at subspacefield.org
- [cryptography] current digital cash / anonymous payment projects?
James A. Donald
- [cryptography] current digital cash / anonymous payment projects?
Rayservers
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