Re: My my, how time flies ...... it's been about "1 hour" -- anyone cracked CryptoSMS yet?
Date: Fri, 26 Aug 2005 10:52:07 +1000
Joe Peschel wrote:
> " \"- Prof. Jonezę\"" <email@example.com> wrote in
>>Joe Peschel wrote:
>>>" \"- Prof. Jonezę\"" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in
>>>>Well, it's been about "1 hour" since...
>>>Has Crypto@S.M.S posted the source code, yet?
>>Funny, Joe Ashwood didn't mention anything
>>about needing any "source code" to crack the messages.
> No, but I did. And if Crypto@SMS provided an executable (not one that uses
> only a short key, but the real thing) that runs on a PC would be good, too.
> Let's see how uncrackable CryptoSMS really is.
> Did you notice that Crypto@S.M.S has not agreed to post the source code,
Yes, I have noticed. I have also noticed how all claims of weakness
said nothing about requiring source code to mount an attack. Are you
backpedalling now, and claiming that CryptoSMS can not be cracked
"within the hour" unless you have the source code?
If you want a free copy of CryptoSMS, i.e. "the real thing",
just make a request for a beta tester registration. Those
are free, good for life, and will get you all the full strength
executables you want. It is all explained in detail at WWW.CryptoSMS.COM.
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