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Re: NSA/NIST Security Lab
On Tue, 2 Sep 1997, John Young wrote:
> NSA and NIST will set up a new lab for evaluation of
> information-security products, including crypto algorithms:
> The lab will coordinate with other nations. Plans include
> eventual shifting the evaluation to private testing labs
> once accreditation standards are set.
> With critiques by Bruce Schneier and Steve Walker,
> and a slap from NCSA, which now provides testing,
> "They've been talking about this stuff for years."
Uh huh, yeah, we'll be getting the NSA to review security... Joy. I can
see it now. "Single DES is very safe. 40 bit keys are more than
enough..." Even with Bruce on this, it doesn't warm my trust to them...
.+.^.+.| Ray Arachelian |Prying open my 3rd eye. So good to see |./|\.
..\|/..|[email protected]|you once again. I thought you were |/\|/\
<--*-->| ------------------ |hiding, and you thought that I had run |\/|\/
../|\..| "A toast to Odin, |away chasing the tail of dogma. I opened|.\|/.
.+.v.+.|God of screwdrivers"|my eye and there we were.... |.....
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