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[liberationtech] Is Most Encryption Cracked?
collin at averysmallbird.com
Wed Jul 17 10:50:34 PDT 2013
> So, AES-128 is what they're using?
Mo' money, mo' key length.
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On Wed, Jul 17, 2013 at 1:38 PM, <liberationtech at lewman.us> wrote:
> On Wed, 17 Jul 2013 10:18:44 -0700
> Collin Sullivan <collins at benetech.org> wrote:
> > http://unsene.com/blog/2013/06/15/is-most-encryption-broken/
> ....haystack called and wants its media pitch back....
> They say AES is broken and yet, "Military-grade security protects your
> important private messages, photos and videos, everywhere. It's so
> strong that we can't export it to Cuba, Iran, Sudan, and North Korea."
> So, AES-128 is what they're using? I believe you can only export 64-bit
> or less keys without a license.
> This entire thing is dripping in snakeoil.
> pgp 0x6B4D6475
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