AES or Advanced Encryption Standard is is a specification for the encryption of electronic data.

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Do I have to somehow enable AES-NI on Nginx?

I've got CPU With AES-NI, I would like to use this function with nginx. ssl_engine aesni; - this parameter was used before openssl 1.0.0, but now, openssl is bundled with aesni support. And this ...
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Why don't Active Directory user accounts automatically support Kerberos AES authentication?

I'm playing around with a test domain on Windows Server 2012 R2. I'm operating at the highest possible functional level and have no backwards-compatibility issues in my small test environment. ...
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IPSEC AES key length in kernel 3.9.3

I have a working ipsec-tools configuration which uses aes-ctr encryption with 224-bit key (192bit for key+32bit for nonce). Everything works well on 3.2.0 kernel. Here's what man setkey says about ...
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Store password AES encrypted in MySQL after creating a bcrypt hash

I am building an application and storing user passwords in a table in MySQL. I am already using bcrypt but wondering, does it make any senses to AES_ENCRYT() the hashed password before storing into ...
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How long should a password be, for filesystem encryption? [closed]

I want to encrypt my filesystem with encfs, but I don't know how long my password should be. I'm gonna be using AES 256, with blocks of 4096 bits. How many guesses per second can I expect an ...
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decrypting AES files in an apache module?

I have a client with a security policy compliance requirement to encrypt certain files on disk. The obvious way to do this is with Device-mapper and an AES crypto module However the current system ...