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hírolvasóNIST Removes Dual_EC_DRBG From Random Number Generator Recommendationshypnosec writes: "National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has removed the muchcriticized Dual_EC_DRBG (Dual Elliptic Curve Deterministic Random Bit Generator) from its draft guidance on random number generators following a period of public comment and review. The revised document retains three of the four previously available options for generating pseudorandom bits required to create secure cryptographic keys for encrypting data. NIST recommends that people using Dual_EC_DRBG should transition to one of the other three recommended algorithms as quickly as possible."
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NIST Removes Dual_EC_DRBG From Random Number Generator Recommendationshypnosec writes: "National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has removed the muchcriticized Dual_EC_DRBG (Dual Elliptic Curve Deterministic Random Bit Generator) from its draft guidance on random number generators following a period of public comment and review. The revised document retains three of the four previously available options for generating pseudorandom bits required to create secure cryptographic keys for encrypting data. NIST recommends that people using Dual_EC_DRBG should transition to one of the other three recommended algorithms as quickly as possible."
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NIST Removes Dual_EC_DRBG From Random Number Generator Recommendationshypnosec writes: "National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has removed the muchcriticized Dual_EC_DRBG (Dual Elliptic Curve Deterministic Random Bit Generator) from its draft guidance on random number generators following a period of public comment and review. The revised document retains three of the four previously available options for generating pseudorandom bits required to create secure cryptographic keys for encrypting data. NIST recommends that people using Dual_EC_DRBG should transition to one of the other three recommended algorithms as quickly as possible."
Read more of this story at Slashdot. Kategóriák: Napi hírek
NIST Removes Dual_EC_DRBG From Random Number Generator Recommendationshypnosec writes: "National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has removed the muchcriticized Dual_EC_DRBG (Dual Elliptic Curve Deterministic Random Bit Generator) from its draft guidance on random number generators following a period of public comment and review. The revised document retains three of the four previously available options for generating pseudorandom bits required to create secure cryptographic keys for encrypting data. NIST recommends that people using Dual_EC_DRBG should transition to one of the other three recommended algorithms as quickly as possible."
Read more of this story at Slashdot. Kategóriák: Napi hírek
NIST Removes Dual_EC_DRBG From Random Number Generator Recommendationshypnosec writes: "National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has removed the muchcriticized Dual_EC_DRBG (Dual Elliptic Curve Deterministic Random Bit Generator) from its draft guidance on random number generators following a period of public comment and review. The revised document retains three of the four previously available options for generating pseudorandom bits required to create secure cryptographic keys for encrypting data. NIST recommends that people using Dual_EC_DRBG should transition to one of the other three recommended algorithms as quickly as possible."
Read more of this story at Slashdot. Kategóriák: Napi hírek
NIST Removes Dual_EC_DRBG From Random Number Generator Recommendationshypnosec writes: "National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has removed the muchcriticized Dual_EC_DRBG (Dual Elliptic Curve Deterministic Random Bit Generator) from its draft guidance on random number generators following a period of public comment and review. The revised document retains three of the four previously available options for generating pseudorandom bits required to create secure cryptographic keys for encrypting data. NIST recommends that people using Dual_EC_DRBG should transition to one of the other three recommended algorithms as quickly as possible."
Read more of this story at Slashdot. Kategóriák: Napi hírek
NIST Removes Dual_EC_DRBG From Random Number Generator Recommendationshypnosec writes: "National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has removed the muchcriticized Dual_EC_DRBG (Dual Elliptic Curve Deterministic Random Bit Generator) from its draft guidance on random number generators following a period of public comment and review. The revised document retains three of the four previously available options for generating pseudorandom bits required to create secure cryptographic keys for encrypting data. NIST recommends that people using Dual_EC_DRBG should transition to one of the other three recommended algorithms as quickly as possible."
Read more of this story at Slashdot. Kategóriák: Napi hírek
NIST Removes Dual_EC_DRBG From Random Number Generator Recommendationshypnosec writes: "National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has removed the muchcriticized Dual_EC_DRBG (Dual Elliptic Curve Deterministic Random Bit Generator) from its draft guidance on random number generators following a period of public comment and review. The revised document retains three of the four previously available options for generating pseudorandom bits required to create secure cryptographic keys for encrypting data. NIST recommends that people using Dual_EC_DRBG should transition to one of the other three recommended algorithms as quickly as possible."
Read more of this story at Slashdot. Kategóriák: Napi hírek
NIST Removes Dual_EC_DRBG From Random Number Generator Recommendationshypnosec writes: "National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has removed the muchcriticized Dual_EC_DRBG (Dual Elliptic Curve Deterministic Random Bit Generator) from its draft guidance on random number generators following a period of public comment and review. The revised document retains three of the four previously available options for generating pseudorandom bits required to create secure cryptographic keys for encrypting data. NIST recommends that people using Dual_EC_DRBG should transition to one of the other three recommended algorithms as quickly as possible."
Read more of this story at Slashdot. Kategóriák: Napi hírek
NIST Removes Dual_EC_DRBG From Random Number Generator Recommendationshypnosec writes: "National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has removed the muchcriticized Dual_EC_DRBG (Dual Elliptic Curve Deterministic Random Bit Generator) from its draft guidance on random number generators following a period of public comment and review. The revised document retains three of the four previously available options for generating pseudorandom bits required to create secure cryptographic keys for encrypting data. NIST recommends that people using Dual_EC_DRBG should transition to one of the other three recommended algorithms as quickly as possible."
Read more of this story at Slashdot. Kategóriák: Napi hírek
Lytro Illum LightField Camera Lets You Refocus Pictures LaterIddo Genuth writes "Earlier today Lytro introduced a new lightfield camera called Illum. This is the second camera with this innovative refocusing technology from the California based company founded in 2006. The new camera is a more advanced version of the first camera introduced in 2012. It has a much larger sensor with four times the resolution (Lytro still uses the term megarays instead of megapixels), a much larger and longer zoom lens with a f/2 constant aperture and of course the ability to refocus after you take a picture (the new Illum can refocus on many more points in the image compared to the older version). Users will also have more control of the camera, a larger screen, and the ability to create regular JPEG images or videos made from the refocused images they capture."
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Lytro Illum LightField Camera Lets You Refocus Pictures LaterIddo Genuth writes "Earlier today Lytro introduced a new lightfield camera called Illum. This is the second camera with this innovative refocusing technology from the California based company founded in 2006. The new camera is a more advanced version of the first camera introduced in 2012. It has a much larger sensor with four times the resolution (Lytro still uses the term megarays instead of megapixels), a much larger and longer zoom lens with a f/2 constant aperture and of course the ability to refocus after you take a picture (the new Illum can refocus on many more points in the image compared to the older version). Users will also have more control of the camera, a larger screen, and the ability to create regular JPEG images or videos made from the refocused images they capture."
Read more of this story at Slashdot. Kategóriák: Napi hírek
Lytro Illum LightField Camera Lets You Refocus Pictures LaterIddo Genuth writes "Earlier today Lytro introduced a new lightfield camera called Illum. This is the second camera with this innovative refocusing technology from the California based company founded in 2006. The new camera is a more advanced version of the first camera introduced in 2012. It has a much larger sensor with four times the resolution (Lytro still uses the term megarays instead of megapixels), a much larger and longer zoom lens with a f/2 constant aperture and of course the ability to refocus after you take a picture (the new Illum can refocus on many more points in the image compared to the older version). Users will also have more control of the camera, a larger screen, and the ability to create regular JPEG images or videos made from the refocused images they capture."
Read more of this story at Slashdot. Kategóriák: Napi hírek
Lytro Illum LightField Camera Lets You Refocus Pictures LaterIddo Genuth writes "Earlier today Lytro introduced a new lightfield camera called Illum. This is the second camera with this innovative refocusing technology from the California based company founded in 2006. The new camera is a more advanced version of the first camera introduced in 2012. It has a much larger sensor with four times the resolution (Lytro still uses the term megarays instead of megapixels), a much larger and longer zoom lens with a f/2 constant aperture and of course the ability to refocus after you take a picture (the new Illum can refocus on many more points in the image compared to the older version). Users will also have more control of the camera, a larger screen, and the ability to create regular JPEG images or videos made from the refocused images they capture."
Read more of this story at Slashdot. Kategóriák: Napi hírek
Lytro Illum LightField Camera Lets You Refocus Pictures LaterIddo Genuth writes "Earlier today Lytro introduced a new lightfield camera called Illum. This is the second camera with this innovative refocusing technology from the California based company founded in 2006. The new camera is a more advanced version of the first camera introduced in 2012. It has a much larger sensor with four times the resolution (Lytro still uses the term megarays instead of megapixels), a much larger and longer zoom lens with a f/2 constant aperture and of course the ability to refocus after you take a picture (the new Illum can refocus on many more points in the image compared to the older version). Users will also have more control of the camera, a larger screen, and the ability to create regular JPEG images or videos made from the refocused images they capture."
Read more of this story at Slashdot. Kategóriák: Napi hírek
Lytro Illum LightField Camera Lets You Refocus Pictures LaterIddo Genuth writes "Earlier today Lytro introduced a new lightfield camera called Illum. This is the second camera with this innovative refocusing technology from the California based company founded in 2006. The new camera is a more advanced version of the first camera introduced in 2012. It has a much larger sensor with four times the resolution (Lytro still uses the term megarays instead of megapixels), a much larger and longer zoom lens with a f/2 constant aperture and of course the ability to refocus after you take a picture (the new Illum can refocus on many more points in the image compared to the older version). Users will also have more control of the camera, a larger screen, and the ability to create regular JPEG images or videos made from the refocused images they capture."
Read more of this story at Slashdot. Kategóriák: Napi hírek
Lytro Illum LightField Camera Lets You Refocus Pictures LaterIddo Genuth writes "Earlier today Lytro introduced a new lightfield camera called Illum. This is the second camera with this innovative refocusing technology from the California based company founded in 2006. The new camera is a more advanced version of the first camera introduced in 2012. It has a much larger sensor with four times the resolution (Lytro still uses the term megarays instead of megapixels), a much larger and longer zoom lens with a f/2 constant aperture and of course the ability to refocus after you take a picture (the new Illum can refocus on many more points in the image compared to the older version). Users will also have more control of the camera, a larger screen, and the ability to create regular JPEG images or videos made from the refocused images they capture."
Read more of this story at Slashdot. Kategóriák: Napi hírek
Lytro Illum LightField Camera Lets You Refocus Pictures LaterIddo Genuth writes "Earlier today Lytro introduced a new lightfield camera called Illum. This is the second camera with this innovative refocusing technology from the California based company founded in 2006. The new camera is a more advanced version of the first camera introduced in 2012. It has a much larger sensor with four times the resolution (Lytro still uses the term megarays instead of megapixels), a much larger and longer zoom lens with a f/2 constant aperture and of course the ability to refocus after you take a picture (the new Illum can refocus on many more points in the image compared to the older version). Users will also have more control of the camera, a larger screen, and the ability to create regular JPEG images or videos made from the refocused images they capture."
Read more of this story at Slashdot. Kategóriák: Napi hírek
Lytro Illum LightField Camera Lets You Refocus Pictures LaterIddo Genuth writes "Earlier today Lytro introduced a new lightfield camera called Illum. This is the second camera with this innovative refocusing technology from the California based company founded in 2006. The new camera is a more advanced version of the first camera introduced in 2012. It has a much larger sensor with four times the resolution (Lytro still uses the term megarays instead of megapixels), a much larger and longer zoom lens with a f/2 constant aperture and of course the ability to refocus after you take a picture (the new Illum can refocus on many more points in the image compared to the older version). Users will also have more control of the camera, a larger screen, and the ability to create regular JPEG images or videos made from the refocused images they capture."
Read more of this story at Slashdot. Kategóriák: Napi hírek

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