[cryptography] the spell is broken

Kelly John Rose iam at kjro.se
Thu Oct 3 11:19:19 EDT 2013

I would also state though, to avoid being too conspiratorial. That it
can also imply that AES is simply in peril and they want to move off of
it before it is fully broken.

On 02/10/2013 6:49 PM, James A. Donald wrote:
> On 2013-10-03 04:50, d.nix wrote:
>> Hash: SHA1
>> Yeah, it may well be just marketing. The one thing that gives me pause
>> is that Callas and Schneier are both part of the team that worked on
>> the systems they have chosen to migrate to (Twofish, Skein), and
>> Schneier is one of the very few people to see the Snowden docs (or
>> some subset thereof).
> So, people who actually know what they are doing are acting as if they
> know, or have good reason to suspect, that AES and SHA-2 are broken.
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