I use cryptographic keys all the time. From SSH:ing at home, to connecting to work related stuff over SSH, sending PGP encrypted mails.
All these keys and passwords for changing the keys should be protected by a single master password imho. But you can't use notes for that, because of the 10000 character limit on encrypted data. So the current solution I have is to export my keys as files, and then uploading them as attachments via the web interface (which is clumpsy).
What are the best practices for handling keys and is Bitwarden planning to integrate (cryptographic) key management into the client?
Everything I read seems to always be really heavy on simple example theory and totally empty on real world implementation. Like how does my computer know what massive primes to use? How does it even know they are prime? If there is a list of primes to use then aren't there tables that would easily break public keys?
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I've been working on a go library to help manage cryptographic keys, and wanted to get some feedback from the community.
I'm still working on the documentation and the library is still going through changes but any feedback is welcome. Thanks!
I am having difficulty understanding a couple of chapters and wonder if anyone has a good reference which makes this easier to understand? Topics: Chapter 6/7 Cryptography and Symmetric Key Algorithms & PKI Cryptographic Applications
Some time ago I wrote a blog post about the hardware secure modules and financial cryptography day to day operations. If you are curious about this topic, check my personal blog:
I publish ocasionally on devops, cryptography, etc.
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Did anyone else spot the update to this security advisory? https://fortiguard.com/psirt/FG-IR-18-100
Last week it was saying upgrading to 6.0.7 was suggested. Now it has changed to say we should be going to 6.2 branch with no mention of the other branches at all.
The news from last week https://www.zdnet.com/article/some-fortinet-products-shipped-with-hardcoded-encryption-keys/