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Antony Prince antony at
Thu Jan 26 00:55:06 CET 2017

On 1/25/2017 4:36 PM, sivmu wrote:
> Basically if you can collect a few hundred GB of data, it is trivial to
> calculate the key. There is a prove of concept for https connections,
> although I believe this is especially relevant for VPN connections
> (openvpn uses a 64 bit ciphers (blowfish) by default)

Thanks for bringing up the point about OpenVPN. I use it myself. I
already had it set to AES-128-CBC, but I upgraded to the git 2.5 master
version and set it to AES-256-GCM. This is one of the settings they
recommend in their response to the issue [0] since GCM support was added
in 2.4.



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