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  • CodeFarmer

    "Current methods of ENCRYPTION are mathematically proven to be infeasible to crack" -- you know this is not actually true, right?

    8 nov 2013 Svara
  • loustero

    Re: soccerfrreak25, chats_noirs et al - look up Bruce Schneier's Applied Cryptography, or just check this link for a summary of the idea that SoulSkorpion is referencing: http://tinyurl.com/l2kajj5 The point being that brute-forcing a perfectly implemented, 256-bit encryption space is infeasible *due to the laws of physics*, not our technology. (Of course, there are other methods of attack, and implementations will never be truly 'perfect', but even 'good' implementations should be very, very strong.)

    1 jun 2013 Svara
  • soccerfreak25

    Addendum to the comment below me, unfeasible** given current computing methods and power. at the current rate of progress many wont stand for more than a decade at best, compounded by an increased look to cluster and distributed computing. The USA is actually building such a facility for this exact purpose. Also they are only hard to crack given brute force methods, if you can find a way to get some information about the encryption (half a key, rainbow table etc) they become much easier.

    15 aug 2012 Svara
  • SoulSkorpion

    (cool song nonetheless)

    28 apr 2012 Svara
  • SoulSkorpion

    No, you don't get it. Current methods of ENCRYPTION are mathematically proven to be infeasible to crack. You CAN hide secrets from the future.

    28 apr 2012 Svara
  • bdc31323

    i hate math, but i love this song

    9 feb 2012 Svara
  • chats_noirs

    current, modern techniques =/= future techniques

    23 jan 2012 Svara
  • dz-

    This is lyrically "the real shit" in Nerd-core hip-hop scene.

    12 jan 2012 Svara
  • SoulSkorpion

    Derp. You'd really think a geek would research his shit before writing an entire song about it. Brute-forcing current, modern encryption techniques takes till the entropic death of the universe to finish, and assuming there must be a flaw in encryption algorithms is ignorant at best.

    30 dec 2011 Svara
  • keenanpepper

    Wow, this song is surprisingly deep and poignant for MC Frontalot.

    7 aug 2011 Svara
  • ferggo

    He makes a good point. You probably shouldn't count on current encryption techniques to hold up forever. Everything gets cracked eventually.

    21 nov 2010 Svara
  • CptHeadstomp

    mc frontalot is too smooth, in an awkward uncomfortable geeky way.

    20 jul 2010 Svara
  • DGJames

    my algorythms r up tight ty v.much

    1 jun 2010 Svara
  • Nworgan

    You cant hide

    13 apr 2010 Svara
  • cole00cash

    Been following Frontalot for a while now. Love this track. Official rapper for Penny-Arcade!

    16 feb 2010 Svara
  • Ulfherjar

    This is quite a lot like Moloko...

    22 apr 2009 Svara

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