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    : Code Injector : nikolatesla20's Avatar
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    Bob and Alice

    OK after reading lots and lots of RSA information, all I can say is

    Geez GET A ROOM BOB AND ALICE and you wont have to use so much encryption.



    -nt20

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    foxthree
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    heh heh...

    Join the club, tesla . BTW, nice work on the CodeLock Protection, man. Keep it up

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    Ryan
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    Re: heh heh...

    Originally posted by foxthree
    Join the club, tesla . BTW, nice work on the CodeLock Protection, man. Keep it up

    Signed,
    -- FoxThree

    Psst, try to get some dough from Ryan for all the fantastic work u've done
    Psst, try to get some dough from Ryan for all the fantastic work u've done [/B][/QUOTE]

    I am reading this, man.

    Dough it shall be when I get a Code-Lock customer. Shan't pollute this thread with anymore of Code-Lock.

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    Ryan
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    foxthree
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    On a lighter note...

    Tesla:

    On a lighter note: RSA is one of the most simplest, elegant algorithms to provide "iron-clad" security. If you implement RSA correctly, NOBODY (apart from probably NSA) can touch it. Again, the catch here is - IF you implement it correctly. It has a interesting story - the RSA algorithm. Mail me when you find some time on your hand and I'll tell you the story

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    fjrp2
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    Hi, foxthree
    Im also interested about the story.
    I do also think its a neat piece of algo, the RSA.
    And why do you say NSA might "touch" it, because they have strong mainframes?
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    הבּרוּ נשׂאי כּלי יהוה mike's Avatar
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    bit commitment blues

    You think I got zero knowledge,
    But I know you done me wrong.
    Just commit to me baby,
    So's I can sing a happier song!
    One bit of commitment,
    That's all I really need,
    So send me your hashed answer
    And the random seed.

    I got the bit commitment, bit commitment blues.
    I got the (thump thump hmmm...) bit commitment blues.

    I ain't oblivious, darlin',
    And honey, I ain't blind.
    Don't need sublim'nal channels
    To read your cheatin' mind.
    I'll share a secret with you:
    I know you hand out a public key.
    But why's it to the apartment
    That you're sharin' with me?

    I got the bit commitment, bit commitment blues.
    I got the (thump thump hmmm...) bit commitment blues.

    You say you love me, baby,
    But you flirt with other guys.
    You say you want me, honey,
    But I see you wink your eye.
    You say you need me, Alice,
    Now forgive me if I sob;
    You know my name is Charlie,
    So quit hangin' out with Bob!

    I got the bit commitment, bit commitment blues.
    I got the (thump thump hmmm...) bit commitment blues.

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    fjrp2
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    Smile

    Mike, the best explanation I've ever received of RSA, honest!
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