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nullcone_ [nullcone_!uid11626@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-uueosnarmklfsizr] has joined #java-talk [12:12]
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[twisti] A+, netflix: https://i.imgur.com/F4nzHGK.png [01:20]
KekSi j??rg? [01:29]
KekSi actually the nicest homeless guy in town died last week - the only one i'd regularly greet and get something to eat [01:30]
KekSi a really happy guy [01:30]
KekSi his name was j??rg [01:30]
[twisti] yes, im neither homeless or dead though [01:32]
KekSi just saying - it was quite sad -- he always hung around this supermarket with his dog emma and the supermarket staff put up posters and banners and whatnot - organizing things for his burial [01:37]
[twisti] aww [01:45]
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rajrajraj This piece of code is able to remove padding from the plaintext, can anyone point me to what algorithm is being used for doing so? I need to achieve the same thing in libssl https://www.irccloud.com/pastebin/K1oAE0t0/ [02:56]
Faux You see the bit where it says "padding"? That's the padding. [02:56]
rajrajraj Faux: i need the algorithm, which takes pkcs5 padding into account [02:57]
Faux Look. Everything about that code and your question is wrong. Stop ruining crypto code. It actually matters, unlike the other things. [02:57]
rajrajraj look, this is the base64 of plain text "5N0FoaPNzoh6duSMg50qNdQyo73L15XY1QKlNrZLP48QEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQ" now i want to remove that occurrence of QEBA, somehow above java code is able to do it, I need to know how I can achieve the same thing. [02:59]
rajrajraj using libssl [02:59]
Faux I'm refusing to help because your code is dangerously wrong. [03:00]
rajrajraj Faux: why do you say its wrong [03:00]
Faux Part of refusing to help includes refusing to help you fix it. [03:00]
rajrajraj thats not mycode in the firstplace, however i i would like to know why it is wrong [03:00]
rajrajraj Faux: you can arbitrarily call any code as wrong code, however i need to do what i am paid for. so can anyone else help me please? [03:02]
Faux Sure. Pay us. [03:02]
Faux That is one of the funniest things you've ever said. [03:02]
rajrajraj Sure I can pay [03:05]
Faux Maybe tell your company to hire someone competent for the task. [03:06]
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rajrajraj Faux: the compitent guy wrote this [03:13]
rajrajraj He is from china [03:13]
Faux Why don't you ask him why he's got all his crypto wrong, and how to replicate it? [03:15]
rajrajraj Its not wrong [03:15]
rajrajraj You called it wrong [03:15]
rajrajraj I just want the algo behind it [03:15]
Faux If it's not wrong, tell me what set of parameters you're using, and why they've not been removed from TLS for being horribly wrong? [03:16]
rajrajraj Which parameters? [03:16]
rajrajraj Aes cfb? [03:17]
rajrajraj Pkcs5 [03:17]
Faux And have any of those been removed from TLS for being horribly wrong? [03:17]
rajrajraj I d k [03:17]
Faux Note also that you're using a NULL mac afaics, and cfb isn't aead. [03:18]
KekSi 'morning [03:19]
rajrajraj Faux: hashing is done using sha1 [03:20]
rajrajraj I don't know whats aead [03:20]
Faux We know. [03:21]
rajrajraj Now its getting complex [03:21]
rajrajraj I just need to know how to achieve the same thing in libssl n libcrpto [03:22]
Faux You just need us to do your job for you. [03:22]
Faux Ignored. [03:22]
rajrajraj I will anyhow find the source code n get done with this [03:23]
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rajrajraj great this is what i wanted look, this is the base64 of plain text "5N0FoaPNzoh6duSMg50qNdQyo73L15XY1QKlNrZLP48QEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQ" now i want to remove that occurrence of QEBA, somehow above java code is able to do it, I need to know how I can achieve the same thing. [04:33]
rajrajraj sorry [04:33]
Faux Snicker. [04:34]
rajrajraj great this is what i wanted http://www.herongyang.com/Cryptography/DES-JDK-What-Is-PKCS5Padding.html [04:34]
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Faux I'm glad you eventually found someone to do your job for you. [04:52]
rajrajraj Faux: i found that algo myself [05:04]
rajrajraj i am still searching for its implementation in openssl [05:04]
rajrajraj also thanks for info on tls 1.3 which says static RSA and DH is removed. I will see it to [05:06]
rajrajraj to it* [05:06]
Faux And cfb. And sha1-based macs. [05:06]
Faux And pkcs5 padding. [05:06]
Faux (iirc) [05:06]
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royal_screwup21 Hi all. So I just finished my first year at uni, applied to a few places and got a call from this company. I initially thought this was a software engineering internship (which was also the subject title of the email they sent me), but the recruiter later said in passing that they'd guide me through this "work shadowing" experience, and that caught [05:52]
royal_screwup21 me off guard. [05:52]
royal_screwup21 I sent an email to the tech head, asking if I'd be writing any code at all and/or contributing any value [05:53]
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royal_screwup21 they're reply was: "that's just the role being assigned to you, don't worry we've got your laptops ready and blah blah. We just need to place you under our existing structure" They never really answered my question (and I'd also added specific references to projects that they said I'd be working on when framing my question). Is it worth it? [05:55]
royal_screwup21 is it worth to go for this? The company in question is pretty big if that matters [05:55]
Faux royal_screwup21: Which country? I'd guess yes, working around hiring is very common, and nobody likes being shadow'd, they'd rather give you some real work on a real computer. [05:55]
royal_screwup21 Faux: the UK [05:56]
Faux Definitely yes. [05:56]
Faux (I've hired interns for the BBC.) [05:56]
royal_screwup21 hm, thanks for the feedback :) [05:56]
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