Renaming AES to AES-128
bernhard at intevation.de
Mon Nov 29 18:15:24 CET 2010
What about renaming "AES" to "AES-128" in libgcrypt?
Currently a user cannot see to what keylength AES refers to and some
might believe it could be 256. So there is a potential for confusion
which is something a security aware software should avoid of course.
The code is in:
AES128 and AES-128 already exist as aliases for "AES".
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