The microblog: 2013.08.30 07:44:56

2013.08.30 07:44:56 (373320410848182272) from Daniel J. Bernstein, replying to "JP Aumasson (@veorq)" (373096005584945152):

Large structured multi-user secrets ("obscurity") tend to be compromised much more quickly than random single-user secrets ("keys"). @veorq


2013.08.29 16:53:14 (373096005584945152) from "JP Aumasson (@veorq)":

the less information to the attacker, the more difficult the attack; the dogma "security by obscurity is always bad" is stupid