Scalar Cryptography is Dead in the Water.
- From: austin.obyrne@xxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Thu, 17 May 2012 03:30:14 -0700 (PDT)
This is a simple fact – there is no triumphalism in it. The reason being is the sheer transparency that is indelible in scalar data when it is used as the raw encryption data for crypto transformations is impossible to hide completely and there will always be sufficient ‘footprints’ in ciphertext to warrant strong cryptanalyis attacks.
No amount of human intelligence will ever be able to conceal this transparency and the sensible thing to do is to draw a line under it now for once and for all as a lost cause and start using a different data type.
I am promoting the alternative of vector based displacement cryptography as the alternative to scalar cryptography and I see this as the inevitable way forward in the future.
I have addressed every form of attack on this cryptography and I can demonstrate that there is no way that it can be broken.
It is futile to go on trying to make a case for the continuance of old brute force theory when it is already obsolete. That is not needed any more. All possible attacks on my displacement cryptography have been studiously stymied and there is no more to be said.
I think a lot of readers hardly know the difference between scalar methods and vector methods and keep on using scalar models to show what they think are weaknesses or contradictions to my very ordinary and widely established mathematics of vector methodology.
Scalar models just don’t apply – it’s a different ball game altogether – the mathematical methodology is totally different. Vector data has both magnitude and direction – scalar data has magnitude only.
The mathematics of displacement cryptography have been around for over three centuries.
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