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Fri Apr 9 05:50:39 CEST 2010
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David Shaw escribió:
> On Apr 7, 2010, at 3:18 AM, Andre Amorim wrote:
>> What type of encryption the WikiLeaks said to have broken? AES ?
> I do not think that this is a break of any serious crypto, though. If someone could arrange for AES or any other strong cipher to be broken simply by asking for it on a web site, this would be news.
Right, I was interested on the subject too, and wondering what kind of
encryption could have been used to encrypt the file. I guess David is
right and the key chosen was too weak... but it would be nice to hear
about what was actually the method used to encrypt and how did they
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