A new encryption software of mine

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I have written a new encryption software:

http://s13.zetaboards.com/Crypto/topic/7201673/1/

For critiques and comments I should be very grateful.

M. K. Shen

Re: A new encryption software of mine
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   #[space]This[space]software[space]may[space]be[space]freely[space]used:

   That's hard to read.

Re: A new encryption software of mine
Am 08.06.2014 17:36, schrieb elvis-85502@notatla.org.uk:
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Some minimum knowledge of Python would certainly be needed in order
to be able to fully understand what the code exactly does. But that's
not practically avoidable, isn't it? (Or do I misunderstood you here?)

M. K. Shen


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It[space]appears[space]you[space]misunderstand.

Re: A new encryption software of mine
Am 08.06.2014 23:38, schrieb elvis-85503@notatla.org.uk:
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My phrase "This software may be freely used ..." in the document
was written in the sense analogous (though not identical) to what
one in many open-source software documents finds like "GNU GPL".
Is that ok?

M. K. Shen





Re: A new encryption software of mine
Am 08.06.2014 15:49, schrieb Mok-Kong Shen:
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I like to add that in the prologe and epilogue of the
software document I have given some rationales of the
design, in particular concerning the use of Python's
built-in PRNG. Certainly, these are merely my humble attempts
to justify the design and not any proofs of security of
the scheme. Hopefully, however, that they might eventually
entice certain constructive critiques from the experts,
leading possibly to some feasible improvements and/or
corrections of my design.

M. K. Shen


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