Re: Two Useful Documents on Offer.
- From: adacrypt <austin.obyrne@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 9 Apr 2011 09:52:24 -0700 (PDT)
On Apr 9, 3:53 pm, "ping pong" <mosescua...@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
I suspect you may have an idea what I am talking because you have been
dealing with spatial operators. (I don't know for sure - I may be wrong)
But I shall not request your ideas because you threatened to sue me as in
last time! I was disappointed with that!
(he he he - sorry I am being silly - its Saturday - you see)!
Bye for now.
"adacrypt" <austin.oby...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Some readers may be interested in two PDF documents A Worked example
of Vector Cryptography at Work and Theory of Vector Factoring .
Mathematician readers will notice that these are ground breaking new
material. Just send me an email to austin.oby...@xxxxxxxxxxx and I
will send you a PDF of these two useful documents. Anonymity
cheers adacrypt- Hide quoted text -
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You could plead insanity and settle for a light sentence!
Seriously, I haven't a clue in hell of what you are talking about but
let me tell you what I think in a very broad overview. Your'e not
quite mad and do bear in mind that some great ideas have started out
as figmnets of the maddest imagination so don't give up just yet.
You see, Blaise Vigenere was the first to go into two dimensions in
the sixteenth century with his square (spatial geometry?) and Bruce
Schneier was the first (for me anyway)to turn geometry into algebra
rather conveniently on page 15 of his handbook. The rest of his book
is rubbish but that's something else.
I latched on to Bruicie boy's algebra and I still say I admire it a
lot. I explored it to the very utmost and it took me down many new
roads in number theory ( modular arithmertic ad residue classes in
particular). I produced some very powerful cryptography out of this
and it looked very elegant which pleased me. After further lengthy
conjecture I saw that this was extensible to an almost facile
simplicity in cipher design that is perfectly secure and robust.
I eventually realised that this quite good cryptography was merely a
particular instance of the vector cryptography that I have been
working on for years which I consider to be the ultimate in all round
suitability for general use should it ever become ubiquitious.
I am opting therefore to promote this vector cryptography as the final
crypto form that has everything that cryptographers need - I am saying
that this is the one to be developed in isolation of any lookalike
outcrops (mathematically fungi) but one needs to keep an open mind -
it takes years (1/2 a century perhaps before things mathematical can
be ratified with confidence).
One thing that I am convinced about however is that there is no future
for any cryptography that uses number theory and the traditional
number line as its domain - the RSA cipher is dead and buried as a
future enduring crypto form.
Its a very good sign to me when things resurface as new facets
(seemingly) of the same thing in mathematics - it is very convincing
evidence of being on a robust track.
regards - adacrypt
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