key recovery


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key recovery

The ability to uncover the secret key to a cryptographic message. See key escrow.
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This enables us to improve the distinguishing attack of 106-round Grain v1 in [5] to a key recovery attack.
The specific key recovery process is as follows: assuming key values and calculating (1)-(3), attackers can achieve two internal states after ShiftRows operation of Rg, respectively, from the ciphertext pair.
The contributors propose a heuristic address assignment algorithm, a hierarchical probabilistic routing protocol for wireless mesh network, a fault-tolerant bufferless optical interconnection network, and a high-availability decentralized multi-agent key recovery system.
Building on GAO's September 2008 report which provided several key recovery practices from past catastrophic disasters, this report presents examples of how federal, state, and local governments have effectively collaborated in the past.
Key recovery signs include a pickup in manufacturing for the first time in a year and a jump of about 2% in UK property prices over the last month.dEuros to one pound, highest this year
The two key recovery objectives which many people are familiar with are:
Instead, the key recovery of the company's bulk-sampling program will be mining accurate geological facts from the exposed mineralized zones.
In addition, it should include key recovery facilities so that any file can be recovered by designated administrators in an emergency without the cooperation of the user who created it.
"However, the committee is pleased to note that the Garden appears to be meeting most of its key recovery strategy targets and the future looks better.
Key Recovery. Key recovery from an archive in a data at rest scenario is extremely important.
During the celebration, Splashdown 2004, museum personnel invited the key recovery team members to a public reunion.