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Re^9: Why is it bad to hide the source?by daveola (Acolyte)
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This isn't encryption?
Either you don't understand what the software does or we are using different definitions of "encryption".. I will look to Wikipedia:
As a further example, considered the *far* weaker encryption done by Rot13 (a subset of the encryption I use). If we again look to Wikipedia:
We will see:
"ROT13..is often cited as a canonical example of weak encryption...ROT13 is an example of the encryption algorithm known as a Caesar cipher" And so on and so forth...
If ROT13 is encryption, which the rest of the world seems to agree with me on, then my encoding is encryption even more so, as ROT13 is essentially my encryption with a constant key.
So.... It is encryption, whether you want it to be or not.
Who is misleading who? We have to get all the way down to Re^9 and I am still presenting only facts, and I'm still being called misleading.
Please check your facts sir, I have checked mine, many times.