AES (advanced encryption standard) is an encryption algorithm which is used by organizations like U.S. Department of Defense and standardized by the NIST (National Institute of Standards and Time).

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Speed of encrypted flash drive

I've encrypted my Transcend Jetflash flash drive (16 GB, USB2, ext2). Before the operation, the flash drive's speed was: # dd if=/dev/zero of=/media/JetFlash/file bs=1M count=256 Results with: 26,5 ...
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How do you create an AES XTS key?

I am interested in hacking around with Gluster cloud FS whose most recent beta uses AES with XTS only. It also requires openssl >= 1.0.1. The 1.0.1f Jan 2014 openssl (with 64 bit lib) install for my ...
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How do I import a raw AES key to a JCEKS keystore?

I have some test data that is encrypted with 256 bit AES. The customer supplied the key as a 256 bit file. The application uses a java key store for decryption keys. The keytool options I've found ...
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Is there an AES 256 LUKS encryption option in Fedora?

it was suggested that my post (http://security.stackexchange.com/questions/73140/is-there-an-aes-256-luks-encryption-option-in-fedora?noredirect=1#comment120019_73140) would be better if I asked it ...
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How to use an old Kingston DataTraveler Vault Privacy USB flash drive on Linux?

My company provides me a DTVP with hardware AES encryption two years ago and the CDrom image does only contain tools for Windows and MacOS X. Kingston products now have support for Linux. Current ...
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Damn Small Linux: aes module not working

I try to get losetup with aes encryption working on a Damn Small Linux 4.11 rc2, but without success: # modprobe aes $ dd if=/dev/random ibs=512 count=256 of=crypt.img # losetup -e aes /dev/loop0 ...
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Upgrading from loop-aes to cryptsetup

Once upon a time, I had an encrypted external disk that I would mount thus: # losetup -e AES128 /dev/loop1 /dev/sdb1 # fsck /dev/loop1 # mount /dev/loop1 /mnt/wd # ls /wd There are those that say ...
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Enable AES encryption via ATA password on Samsung Evo 840 with data already on the drive?

Does the Evo 840 support changing the AES key (more or less) on the fly (in my case from "no key" to "my key")? I don't mind if it takes an hour to encipher the data as long as I don't have to ...
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Question about AES and Cryptsetup

I've read that AES can work with three key sizes: 128 bits, 192 bits and 256 bits. I'm trying to set up a LUKS partition with CryptSetup, using “aes-xts-plain64” cipher. Why can I create keys of any ...
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Do encfs stashes with the same settings produce encrypted files with same encrypted contents and encrypted filenames?

If I create two files with the same content and filenames (and paths) in two separate encfs filesystems that share the same settings and key, will the encrypted versions of those files (as well as ...