# Re: simple math question

*From*: "Antony Clements" <antony.clements@xxxxxxxxxxx>*Date*: Fri, 17 Apr 2009 13:05:03 GMT

"pubkeybreaker" <pubkeybreaker@xxxxxxx> wrote in message

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What the OP was trying to do was not implemtation.

He was trying to create his own algorithm. This requires

math that neither he nor you have.

Actually Bob, at the risk of incurring everyone's wrath once again, it is

more implementation then design. I am not designing cryptographic

primatives, I am instead taking a whole bunch of common pre-existing

primatives and ideas and utilising them in an uncommon way. The ONLY

'designing' I did was the key stream generator (an insecure implementation

of someone elses idea), which while it has a large interval, is no doubt

subject to a half dozen attacks, and turning a 6 bit s-box into an 8 bit

s-box, essentially a slightly modified version of someone elses idea, so the

s-boxes falls into both categories, because, as far as I know, no one has

ever used an s-box in the way that I am. I also wrote code to pass data

between each primative, this is not design at all. As Tom and anyone who

chooses to read the TeX he requested will see.

.

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