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Saving Cryptographic Keys in the Browser

Prior posts here have used the Web Cryptography API to encrypt and decrypt files, and to sign and verify them. But those examples have no practical use because the… 3,155 more words

Factorization versus primality testing

Let be a large positive integer whose “prime versus composite” status is not known. One way to know whether is prime or composite is to factor into its prime factors. 2,594 more words

Mathematics

Changes to the Web Cryptography API

Chrome 37 made it to Stable a few days ago, and now supports the Web Cryptography API without needing to set a special flag. YAY! 339 more words

Public Key Cryptography in the Browser

Update August 30, 2014: The Web Cryptography API has dropped support of the RSAES-PKCS1-v1_5 algorithm that was used here originally, so this post has been changed to use… 3,495 more words

My take on the ideal password manager

There’s a few variants of password managers. The simplest are a list of password entries in am encrypted file. Some are fancier and can automatically fill in your password for you when logging in on websites. 628 more words

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