Re: Should be in crypto for John E. Hadstate Re: just stupid?
Date: Thu, 04 Aug 2005 20:49:04 +1000
Tom St Denis wrote:
> Terry Ritter wrote:
>>>The end result of a multiple encryption of cipher A, B, and C is the cipher
>>>ABC, a single cipher that, in effect, is now the "single point of failure."
>>Obviously not: The cipher composed of ciphers
>>A, B, and C still has ciphers B and C active
>>when cipher A fails. That is the redundancy
>>which specifically addresses the "single point
>>of failure" problem. So if A has been broken
>>in secret, I still win.
> More nonsense. Who says this magical new attack only applies to A?
> Add fire element!!!! make it hot!!!!
> This isn't alchemy!
And who says it doesn't. Nobody knows for sure.
This uncertainty is one of the many reasons for using multi crypto.
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