[openssl-users] More secure use of DSA?
Blumenthal, Uri - 0553 - MITLL
uri at ll.mit.edu
Sun Sep 4 18:07:08 UTC 2016
It is *not* keyspace. It is algorithm *strength* (complexity/best known effort required to break it) expressed through key length. Again, propose better ways if you can.
So what's your proposed method of combining algorithms? You reject the commonly accepted approach, but when asked to offer an alternative, you start evading? Do you have no alternative then?
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Subject: Re: [openssl-users] More secure use of DSA?
> Disagree? Then propose a better way to combine algorithms.
Sure, just explain to my first why DSA keyspace means exactly the same thing as AES keyspace.
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