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|Nothing is safer than your own, unreviewed crypt algo||anonymous|
|Re: Nothing is safer than your own, unreviewed crypt algo||AnonUser|
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|Re: Nothing is safer than your own, unreviewed crypt algo||Anonymous|
|Re: Nothing is safer than your own, unreviewed crypt algo||Guest|
lol, read this (it is in english):
you know that you deal with experts when you read this:
The core of the program is the BSI's own symmetric block encipherment
algorithm, Chiasmus. Chiasmus was specifically developed for software
implementations. Chiasmus encrypts 64-bit blocks into 64-bit blocks, using
a 160-bit key. Chiasmus for Windows/Linux uses Chiasmus in cipher block
chaining (CBC) mode. The effective key length is 128 bits, the remaining
32 bits constituting a checksum.
The algo is not revealed, and neither are the sources as such, if course.
When I read this here:
Chiasmus™ is an encryption program for Windows (Windows 95, 98, 2000,
ME, NT 3.5.2 and higher, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10) and Linux. Chiasmus is a
32-bit application, but it also runs on newer 64-bit operating sytsems
(Windows 7, 8 and Linux). With Chiasmus it is possible to encrypt
individual files or entire folders.
I fear the worst. Something that still runs on Win95 ? I would love to get
my hands on the code or the binaries. If somebody should have them, please
For context: the BSI is a state organization from Germany, dealing with IT
related matters, mostly as kind of consultants for the government and the
Posted on def2
> lol, read this (it is in english):
> you know that you deal with experts when you read this
I'd like you to use my software, please prove to me that you're going to
use it the way I say:
Conditions of use
Chiasmus may only be used where its use is in the interest of the Federal
Republic of Germany. Details are set out in the license agreement.
To order the product, complete and sign the order sheet and send this
together with the necessary evidence to:
Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik
Posted on Rocksolid Light
>Chiasmus may only be used where its use is in the interest of the Federal
Republic of Germany.
thats the solution: we just forbid hacking. next !
Posted on def2
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PGP is free and this obviously has a back door.
Tons of freeware impliment AES-256 and look way better. How are they still solvent?
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>How are they still solvent?
Public funding goes a looooooooooong way...
Posted on def3