Re: Infinite OneTime Pad, is this product BS?
 From: Richard Herring <junk@[127.0.0.1]>
 Date: Tue, 26 Jan 2010 13:28:32 +0000
In message <1aa4e5719edb4977820067d4aba4e363@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, john <penetratorv@xxxxxxxxx> writes
Does the phrase "unicity distance" mean anything to you?
 To be honest with you dude "unicity distance" is now meaningless
IMHO..
I'll take that as a "no". The value of YHO is becoming clearer with every sentence you utter.
though it has been the foundation of early cryptography  its
now the thing of the past  getting possibilities is almost infinite 
ROFL. That's _why_ you need a long enough sequence of plaintext to verify your hypothesis.
you can rumble your arithmetic, algebra, trigonometry, geometry,
calculus, differential equations, statistics, matrices, etc. etc.
these will only get you to nowhere... the length of the encrypted code
I've shown above is NOT the same in length of the actual message or
the secret key just to let you know and applying your mathematics to
dig any connection is hopeless.... The world is now manipulated by
highpowered computer with state of the art programming dude!
Granny. Eggs. Suck.
The
great cryptography oracle Alan Turing of Bletchley Park has long been
dead.
>> Don't go WOW! though  this is full of holes, and while a single short
>> ciphertext may not be breakable, longer ones *will* be.
>> It isn't safe or secure.
> How'd you know? With due respect, are you a programmer? Are you
>familiar at least the latest .net technology framework? me, I'm not.
Moreover, you apparently don't understand why that's irrelevant. Computational Mathematics to be exact sir. Although classical
Cryptanalysis isn't programming, it's mathematics.
mathematics is the basic foundation, this has now been integrated to
various computer techniques i.e. the power of computer programming
(computer science).
Word salad.
I think you're still living with paper and pen
dude
Since you have no idea what I do, your opinion is worthless. Again.
[...]
> But IOTP is different in many ways dude. Just look at the website dude, hiddentools.com
Name five.
If that's all it takes, why don't _you_ list them here?
[...]
It doesn't work like that. The onus is on you to provide a proof (in the
mathematical sense) of security.
 The proof has been delivered
Yeah, right. Where?
but need to be digested and well understood by the reader.
Starting to sound like Adacrypt. Are you related?
Keep digging.

Richard Herring
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