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Re: Resolution on large-block ciphers (e.g., TWOFISH), PGP7
On Mon, Jul 17, 2000 at 09:32:05AM -0700, hal@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> > From owner-ietf-openpgp@xxxxxxxxxxxx Mon Jul 17 06:29:39 2000
> > From: "Michael Young" <mwy-opgp97@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > Subject: Re: Resolution on large-block ciphers (e.g., TWOFISH), PGP7
> > Yes, I meant Twofish, not Blowfish.
> > The draft I found at imc.org still says in section 5.5.3:
> > > - [Optional] If secret data is encrypted, eight-octet Initial
> > > Vector (IV).
> > This should now read "an IV of the same length as the cipher block"?
> I suppose so.
These are followed by an 8-octet Initial Vector for the decryption of
the secret values, if they are encrypted, and then the secret key
Do you do the CFB resets on MPI boundaries with V3 keys? (I asked
about this in an earlier post noting all the places where the PGP-CFB
and the reset were done - I'll see if I can easily repost it).