AES128-encrypted keystores and long passwords
I have a wallet keystore which has the aes-128-ctr cipher. Does that mean that any password longer than 16 characters (=16 bytes =128 bits) will get cut to 16 characters? Is it then safer to make a AES256-encrypted zip of it , with a 32 characters long (=256 bits) password?
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