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#ActualVortez

Posted 19 April 2013 - 08:26 AM

Well, as i said i use multiples 32 bits hash keys (that i get from 1 string and n number of bytes making the string), so that must help i guess, im not trying to make a flawless encryptor, just something to prevent most people to intercept and decrypt my data and files, it dosen't need to be "military" strong encryption. I just find the algorithm pretty cool, work way better than my old add, shift rotate ect cypher which was flawed(since you could still guess what was in a picture after encrypting it), and can't find anything similar on the internet either. What i love about it is that it produce, for the first time, truly random data that i believe cannot be deciphered without knowing the algorithm. Im sure nobody except people with good knowledge of cryptanalist could decipher it using brute force alone. Of course, if the algorithm is known, then it's another story...

 

I'll try to post some pictures if i can find the old algorithm later to show what i mean.


#4Vortez

Posted 19 April 2013 - 08:23 AM

Well, as i said i use multiples 32 bits hash keys (that i get from 1 string and n number of bytes making the string), so that must help i guess, im not trying to make a flawless encryptor, just something to prevent most people to intercept and decrypt my data and files, it dosen't need to be "military" strong encryption. I just find the algorithm pretty cool, work way better than my old add, shift rotate ect cypher which was flawed, and can't find anything similar on the internet either. What i love about it is that it produce, for the first time, truly random data that i believe cannot be deciphered without knowing the algorithm. Im sure nobody except people with good knowledge of cryptanalist could decipher it using brute force alone. Of course, if the algorithm is known, then it's another story...


#3Vortez

Posted 19 April 2013 - 08:19 AM

Well, as i said i use multiples 32 bits hash keys (that i get from 1 string and n number of bytes making the string), so that must help i guess, im not trying to make a flawless encryptor, just something to prevent most people to intercept and decrypt my data and files, it dosen't need to be "military" strong encryption. I just find the algorithm pretty cool, work way better than my old add, shift rotate ect cypher which was flawed, and can't find anything similar on the internet either. What i love about it is that it produce, for the first time, truly random data that i believe cannot be deciphered without knowing the algorithm. If the algorithm is known, then it's another story but im sure nobody except people with good knowledge of cryptanalist could decipher it using brute force alone.


#2Vortez

Posted 19 April 2013 - 08:18 AM

Well, as i said i use multiples 32 bits hash keys, so that must help i guess, im not trying to make a flawless encryptor, just something to prevent most people to intercept and decrypt my data and files, it dosen't need to be "military" strong encryption. I just find the algorithm pretty cool, work way better than my old add, shift rotate ect cypher which was flawed, and can't find anything similar on the internet either. What i love about it is that it produce, for the first time, truly random data that i believe cannot be deciphered without knowing the algorithm. If the algorithm is known, then it's another story but im sure nobody except people with good knowledge of cryptanalist could decipher it using brute force alone.


#1Vortez

Posted 19 April 2013 - 08:13 AM

Well, as i said i use multiples 32 bits hash keys, so that must help i guess, im not trying to make a flawless encryptor, just something to prevent most people to intercept and decrypt my data and files, it dosen't need to be "military" strong encryption. I just find the algorithm pretty cool, work way better than my old add, shift rotate ect cypher which was flawed, and can't find anything similar on the internet either.


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