[cryptography] [Cryptography] RSA is dead.

Greg greg at kinostudios.com
Mon Dec 23 13:04:43 EST 2013


On Dec 23, 2013, at 11:13 AM, D. J. Bernstein <djb at cr.yp.to> wrote:

> Peter Gutmann writes (on the moderated cryptography at metzdowd.com list):
>> Any sufficiently capable developer of crypto software should be
>> competent enought to backdoor their own source code in such a way that
>> it can't be detected by an audit.
> 
> Some of us have been working on an auditable crypto library:
> 
>   https://twitter.com/TweetNaCl
> 
> The original, nicely indented, version is 809 lines, 16621 bytes. 

... what is the point of tweeting lines of source code? It's completely unreadable (to me, at least).

Why doesn't that twitter account link to the "original, nicely indented" version?

Does the original have comments? If not, why not?

- Greg

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