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Re: Privacy without Encryption

by ZZamboni (Curate)
on Jun 04, 2001 at 17:59 UTC ( #85476=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Privacy without Encryption

Thank you for the very interesting post. I have always thought this Chaffing and Winnowing technique is very neat :-)

A few years ago I wrote a class project using this, for a "Security and Cryptography" class. I had never thought about it again until I saw your post today, but here it is, complete with code, documentation and the report that accompanied it. If you look at it, please be kind with both my code and my prose: they were written a few years ago, under a looming deadline and probably with very little sleep :-) But I even implemented a client-server version of the thing...


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Why so few comments ?
by arhuman (Vicar) on Jun 05, 2001 at 16:23 UTC
    Thanx ! I'll try to dig in your code which is quite impressive and rather 'dense'...

    I'm a little bit disapointed to see that you're the only one who made a comment.
    (That's another good reason to thanks you !)

    Usually I would have thought that my post was uninteresting, but as I got many XP for it,
    the only reason I can imagine for having no answer is that most of you don't dare to correct me
    (As I KNOW that these code/post are FAR from perfect...)

    Go on ! Make you comments ! The code is buggy ! The implementation MUST be enhanced !
    Whatever your rank, skill you probably have something to say !
    Please read Stubborn as a Saint and reply !
    I'd be really glad to be corrected or read ANY comment, suggestion or request for an explanation...

    "Only Bad Coders Code Badly In Perl" (OBC2BIP)

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