Last Call for Papers Reminder (extended): World Congress on Engineering and Computer Science WCECS 2010
Last Call for Papers Reminder (extended): World Congress on Engineering and Computer Science WCECS 2010 CFP: World Congress on Engineering and Computer Science WCECS 2010 Draft Paper Submission Deadline (extended): 26 July, 2010 Camera-Ready Papers Due & Registration Deadline (extended): 16 August, 2010 WCECS 2... 18 Jul 2010 06:16
Is there a Mathematician Cryptographr in the House.
Both Key and Plaintext belong in the ASCII printable subset (elements 32 to 126 incl 95 elements) Treat these names Key and Plaintext as variable names in this model. X is a positive integer. Consider now, [(X +Key) + (X +Plaintext)] (Mod N) = a residue (Mod N) Call, [(X +Key) + (X +Plaint... 21 Jul 2010 19:08
fire seal with video
Fire seal Click on file named fire seal in right top corner for rest of report. http://www.4shared.com/photo/CTJA0Wxi/FIreseal18.html Reply Reply to author Forward You must Sign in before you can post messages. To post a message you must first join this group. Please update your nickname on ... 17 Jul 2010 19:33
Russian Crypto Advice from the SVR
Did anyone notice in all the ho-ha of the Russian spy cell being deported that the software they used had a 27 character password which (at least one) of the trained agents had to write down? This equates to 105-108 bits of entropy if they were something like first letters from a memorable phrase or up to abou... 17 Jul 2010 18:29
Errors in Chaocipher Clearing House
Anyone using the downloadable ciphertext for Exhibit 1 from the Chaocipher Ckearing House should be aware that it contains numerous errors. So do not be surprised if your deciphered plaintext suddenly goes bananas. ... 17 Jul 2010 22:46
URL on an improvement over Captcha
This presumably would be an improvement over Captcha: http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn19166-picture-puzzles-separate-human-from-machine.html M. K. Shen ... 17 Jul 2010 05:32
An Honest and Simple Question.
My question is this: How in general, in modern Western cryptography is textual data for encryption entered into a computer. Is it keyed in interactively at the keyboard or is it read in from prepared external batch files. I am speaking of ordinary plaintext from the character set of printable ASCII. My own ... 19 Jul 2010 13:34
Subscription & Certificates
This is my scenario - I have an appliance which is installed at customer sites. The appliance always has internet connectivity. The customers pay a periodic subscription to use the box. I want to disable the appliance if the subscription isn't upto date. So this is what I am planning. When the appliance is fi... 16 Jul 2010 07:43
order discovered in Prime Numbers
The first 1300 million primes are summed and then graphed to show the order found. See the WEB site for the paper <A HREF=" http://mister-computer.net/index.htm">WEB Site"</A> -- Regards from RD O'Meara ... 15 Jul 2010 18:44
The Huge Significance of the Newline Character in modern Cryptography.
>> There is nothing preventing you from applying your ideas about using the Vigen�re square in a 256 x 256 form so it can cover all possible bytes, not just a subset of them. �As it is your system is not guaranteed to reproduce what was initially put into it. �For example, here is a short Java program: ... 14 Jul 2010 15:26