Forward Secrecy and Ephemeral Keys … Guarding Against Data Breaches in the Future and the Past

Upgading for the Future and the Past

Introduction

In our secure network connections, we need to create a session key to encrypt our data. Normally this is a 128-bit or 256-bit AES key. One method is for the server to send its public key, and then…

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Prof Bill Buchanan OBE

Prof Bill Buchanan OBE

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Professor of Cryptography. Serial innovator. Believer in fairness, justice & freedom. Based in Edinburgh. Old World Breaker. New World Creator. Building trust.