Re: LibTomCrypt




"Kristian Gjøsteen" <kristiag+news@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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You may want to look up etymology. You would find that French, German and
Russian are all Indo-European languages, just as Sanskrit is. The relation
between Russian and French goes much deeper than just a few loan words.

Interesting point.

Please, if you are going to heckle Tom, why don't you heckle him about
something related to cryptography.

In fact, linguistics and cryptography are tied together. Just because
"today" people use 0's and 1's to encrypt data doesn't mean that you can
claim ignorance if I were to speak French and you "don't know French". It
would indeed be a form of encryption if you don't know it.


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