[free-sklyarov] Distributing AEBPR, contact to Dmitry?
tom at lemuria.org
Tue Jul 24 05:18:32 PDT 2001
On Tue, Jul 24, 2001 at 02:10:41PM +0200, Hynek 0A4h Hanke wrote:
> Now, it's mathematically impossible say if p1 or p2
> contains random key or data. By law, it seems that key
> cannot be judged as something dangerous. Key can
> be used again and again on legal or illegal data.
> Who knows... But is p1 or p2 key? That's impossible to
variations of this theme have been discussed on e.g. cypherpunks for
years. many people, including myself, have written proof-of-concept
programs. all of us are positive that lawyers don't care for
technicalities like this. they'll just throw some rhetorics at your
mathematical proof and see to it that the judge will get the rhetorics,
but not the math (if necessary, they will see to it that the math gets
twisted into the most horrible form imaginable).
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