2048 or 4096 for new keys? aka defaults vs. Debian
Philipp Klaus Krause
pkk at spth.de
Wed Oct 30 18:27:47 CET 2013
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Am 27.10.2013 19:47, schrieb Peter Lebbing:
> On 27/10/13 19:09, Filip M. Nowak wrote:
>> 1) Specialized microcontrollers with crypto capabilities are
>> available and used for years now (AVR XMEGA which is 8 bit for
> AVR XMEGA has DES and AES, no asymmetric acceleration. Also, I
> think the market of XMEGA is phenomenally tiny compared to regular
> AVR/PIC (personally, I would go to ARM if megaAVR isn't enough).
> Are there 8-bit microcontrollers with RSA acceleration?
Well, some, such as the Rabbit families have support for
arbitrary-length multiplication that AFAIK was included mostly to make
RSA implementations faster.
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