On Mon, 2018-06-11 at 15:28 +0300, Reco wrote: > I have two considerations on this then: > > 1) Abforementioned link says that (and that applies to aes256-ctr): > > * nonce reuse is catastrophic, confidentiality is completely lost > * leaks somewhat more information about the size of the plaintext > > Second I can live with, but first is a big "no" in my book. I have to agree. Thanks for pointing that out. > 2) ConnectBot is nice, but I prefer Termux with a proper Debian > chroot over it. I'll certainly look into that. > That way I'm certain that all the deficiencies/vulnerabilities > discovered in a foreseeable future receive a timely update. Ack. Thanks again, -Jim P.
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