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AES-256 Question

is it possible to have AES-256 on clearnet?like on you’re regular internet connection instead of you’re VPN?And is it possible to add AES-256 into Tor?i’m impressed by AES-256’s security heres a description of it http://canadiancloudbackup.com/safe-safe-aes-256-encryption-data/

Joshua:

is it possible to have AES-256 on clearnet?like on you’re regular
internet connection instead of you’re VPN?

General security question -> https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Support

And is it possible to add
AES-256 into Tor?

General Tor question -> https://www.whonix.org/wiki/Support

Good day,

you do realize that is something SSL can offer? If not, regard this: https://luxsci.com/blog/256-bit-aes-encryption-for-ssl-and-tls-maximal-security.html Should, as far as I’m concerned, if forced actually even work on whonix.org.

Have a nice day,

Ego

SSL=Https right? I would like for it to be constant like a VPN connection and i think the link you gave me will help me do that so thank you sooo much for that link :slight_smile: and no I did not know SSL offers AES-256 thank you for that useful info and thanks for the quick reply

Good day,

Yes, no, maybe… Really, it depends on “which degree of expertise”, we are operating on. While they are not the same, they are often used interchangable, as they are, in most scenarios, “used” at the same time in the same place. To put it very simple, https is “only” for communication between webservers and builds on TLS/SSL, while TLS (the enhanced and current version of SSL) has been designed for online communication of any sorts.

Have a nice day,

Ego

thanks for you’re input and great communication skills!!

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