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sommerfeld at orchard.medford.ma.us
Mon Oct 3 16:08:43 PDT 1994
> Ken Landaiche writes
> > I have seen that
> > any system a human can devise, another human can eventually break.
> False. Most cryptographic algorithms these days are secure.
Huh? How do you count that? There are dozens of algorithms described
in Schneier; most are described as either being of unknown strength
(due to insufficient cryptanalysis), or broken, or substantially
similar to a broken cipher. Only a few are described as strong.
There's only one unconditionally secure cipher: the true one-time-pad.
> Windows NT is secure.
And pigs can fly, and you have prime development land for sale in
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