For example, if the salt length decimal value is 32, then set the hex value to 20.
These settings pertain to content security (security features) rather than application security (securing the software environment).
Content security includes digital signatures, security methods such as password and certificate security, and other rights management features.
For more details see https://com/emc-plus/rsa-labs/historical/ Support currently includes: When setting the salt length, you must assure the default base is hexadecimal.
Either change the base to decimal or input its hex value.
Note the following: The DC release supports RSA-PSS Signing on Windows (April, 2017) and Macintosh (August 2017).
RSA-PSS is a new signature scheme that is based on the RSA cryptosystem and provides increased security assurance.
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