I still see that a lot of questions that are directly and only about cryptography and cryptographic schemes are kept here, while I'm regularly migrating questions to security.SE when they are on the broader subject of security rather than just cryptography.
Would you please be so kind to flag & migrate such questions to our site rather than keeping them here? Otherwise we get lots of duplicates, and the questions may not get the attention from our core of crypto experts.
Examples when I hit the cryptography tag are:
How long should a hash be to be absolutely secure?
Is FeliCa DES encryption safe?
Is it bad practice to reuse private EC key as a shared secret for a symmetric algorithm?
Outcome of Needham-Schroeder protocol
Do integrity and authentication always come together?
...and so on...
And these are just the ones for which I'm pretty sure they are just about crypto without involving anything else.
Fortunately I see fewer problems with the encryption tag, as most of those questions are relatively application specific - i.e. more on the practical application of crypto - and/or more broad.
Fact remains that I almost never see anything migrated from Security.SE or StackOverflow (and from StackOverflow only when I flag the questions myself, and then still not most of the time).
As a friendly reminder, this is from this meta site:
and the quote from AJ Henderson from here
Seems like how the algorithm works is crypto, how the algorithm is used is Security and how the algorithm is implemented is StackOverflow.
although I think that questions on how crypto schemes interact is probably also best answered at cryptography.