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From: Rich Wilson (wk633yahoo.com)
Date: Tue Jun 19 2001 - 17:29:53 CDT
See: http://www.counterpane.com/crypto-gram-0103.html under
"Harvard's "Uncrackable" Crypto"
I think it's maybe what you're talking about? To quote Bruce Schneier, "the
popular press does not count as peer review"
--- "Jonathan M. Slivko" <jonathan.slivkolotuscom.net> wrote:
> What about the new encryption scheme that was in the papers? It supposedly
> deletes the encryption key as it's being created, supposedly thats totally
> unhackable. Comments?
> -- Jonathan
> At 04:32 PM 6/18/2001 -0400, Ken Pfeil wrote:
> >And given enough time, CPU cycles, and physical access, nearly ANY
> >encryption scheme can be broken. The point is to make it more difficult (not
> >impossible) to recover information when using EFS. You will never reach that
> >point of computing nirvana that will guarantee security of information. I
> >must be missing the point of your posting David. Is there some type of
> >vulnerability here or are we theorizing hypothetical situations?
: 0/ 0
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