Why is Exclusive Or (XOR) Important in ##cryptography?

Why is Exclusive Or (XOR) Important in Cryptography? submitted by /u/kvothe1956 [link] [comments] top scoring links : crypto Cryptography is the art of creating mathematical assurances for who can do what with data, including but not limited to encryption of messages such that only the key-holder can read it. Cryptography lives at an intersection of math and computer science. This subreddit covers the theory and practice of modern and *strong* cryptography, and it is a technical subreddit focused on the algorithms and implementations of cryptography.

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Friendly reminder to get your coins off of exchanges and into cold wallets if you are not actively trading

Friendly reminder to get your coins off of exchanges and into cold wallets if you are not actively trading Title says it all. Not your keys not your coins. This might be common sense to many of you but this is to the newer users who are keeping all their crypto portfolio to coinbase exclusively etc. Please take your coins offline. Look into a trezor or paper wallet its fairly easy to search this sub or the internet and find reliable sources. Not only will this protect you from cyber…

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Canada to force “Not your keys, not your #bitcoin” on all Fiat exchanges by making credited amount after purchase only viable when done on-chain: No more “internal ledgers”

Canada to force “Not your keys, not your Bitcoin” on all Fiat exchanges by making credited amount after purchase only viable when done on-chain: No more “internal ledgers” submitted by /u/OsrsNeedsF2P [link] [comments] top scoring links : CryptoCurrency The official source for CryptoCurrency News, Discussion & Analysis.

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Ethereum is happening

Ethereum is happening The pace at which good things happen on Ethereum is accelerating: – The amount locked in defi is booming – Scaling through Plasma is actually happening right now – Scalability under its rollups form is already here on eth 1 and allows more than 3,000 tps (more than VISA) – Despite the delays, eth 2 is undeniably happening – EIP 1559 will most likely be implemented and will significantly reduce issuance – The merging of eth 1 into eth 2 (eth 1.5) is a superbly elegant solution…

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Getting a grip on TLS

Getting a grip on TLS I know way too little about TLS. I’m doing enough stuff that involves it that I can’t really excuse myself for not knowing a lot more about how it actually works at an implementation level. In particular, I’d sure like to be a LOT more knowledgeable about certificate management and the general structure of the protocol. Are there any great resources anyone recommends for TLS? Ideally current up to TLS 1.3, but I realize that the go-to book/website/whatever might have been written before 1.3 was…

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