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Roll Your Own Crypto
Jun 28 09:50 [raw]

Polly wanna cracker? = zaeon = ------------------------------------------------------ This is dangerous nonsense and you're completely wrong. It's not gatekeeping any more than recommending that you shouldn't do your own surgery is gatekeeping. You're putting yourself and others at risk by suggesting that the insecure bullshit you come up with is better than things like AES. ------------------------------------------------------ Roll your own crypto. Roll your own crypto before the NSA-sponsored mathematicians at Stanford and MIT roll more "secure" crypto for you. When you roll your own crypto expect to be heckled and harassed by these gatekeepers. They have an agenda: keep all cryptographic standards following the same old model. Every few years the same old model proves to be insecure, requiring adjustments in key sizes and parameters without any real structural change to the way they scaffold the algorithms and infrastructures. If 24 bit crypto was broken, then 48 bit crypto was broken, then 56 bit crypto was broken, why would you ever trust any of those algorithms or their designers ever again? If a community of gatekeepers, with their standards, has repeatedly handed you products that prove insecure, isn't it stupid to keep using their products? Shouldn't you switch brands? I am glad to see that many have opened their eyes to reject standard crypto. Some people are no longer afraid to stand up to the gatekeepers of academia. These gatekeepers poison every well and shield us from progress. They are establishment hacks who benefit by keeping the rest of us amazed, dazed and ignorant. Reject their authority. They have no authority to govern our growth and understanding, or our communications. We don't need them or their gatekeeping. We don't need to apologize for rolling our own. ROLL YOUR OWN CRYPTO. ROLL IT OFTEN. RE-ROLL IT OFTEN. CHANGE IT OFTEN. HONE IT, IMPROVE IT, ATTACK IT, REWORK IT, REFINE IT--OFTEN. Share it, secrete it, share some, obscure some, piggy back it, cascade it, try everything with it that you like. If this were the norm, the deep state would have extreme difficulty trying to crack anything--it would become a per message attack, rather than a standard attack. Do not listen to the gatekeepers who tell you to only use crypto approved by "the experts." The more crypto you create, attack, and share with others for attacking, the better you will become at transcending the experts' complicated (and repeatedly broken) standards with experience and understanding of what works. Example: I invented a simple field cipher (hand encryption) that is more secure than AES or pretty much any feistel-network cipher. I know from experience, from rolling around in crypto and reconstructing the crypto of others who rolled their own, the security of this field cipher is great. If the power grid goes down, I'll still have cryptography with paper and pen because I dared to roll my own. I've got cryptography in my wallet. That's priceless. = zaeon =

Roll Your Own Crypto
Jun 23 02:57 [raw]

Roll your own crypto. Roll your own crypto before the NSA-sponsored mathematicians at Stanford and MIT roll more "secure" crypto for you. When you roll your own crypto expect to be heckled and harassed by these gatekeepers. They have an agenda: keep all cryptographic standards following the same old model. Every few years the same old model proves to be insecure, requiring adjustments in key sizes and parameters without any real structural change to the way they scaffold the algorithms and infrastructures. If 24 bit crypto was broken, then 48 bit crypto was broken, then 56 bit crypto was broken, why would you ever trust any of those algorithms or their designers ever again? If a community of gatekeepers, with their standards, has repeatedly handed you products that prove insecure, isn't it stupid to keep using their products? Shouldn't you switch brands? I am glad to see that many have opened their eyes to reject standard crypto. Some people are no longer afraid to stand up to the gatekeepers of academia. These gatekeepers poison every well and shield us from progress. They are establishment hacks who benefit by keeping the rest of us amazed, dazed and ignorant. Reject their authority. They have no authority to govern our growth and understanding, or our communications. We don't need them or their gatekeeping. We don't need to apologize for rolling our own. ROLL YOUR OWN CRYPTO. ROLL IT OFTEN. RE-ROLL IT OFTEN. CHANGE IT OFTEN. HONE IT, IMPROVE IT, ATTACK IT, REWORK IT, REFINE IT--OFTEN. Share it, secrete it, share some, obscure some, piggy back it, cascade it, try everything with it that you like. If this were the norm, the deep state would have extreme difficulty trying to crack anything--it would become a per message attack, rather than a standard attack. Do not listen to the gatekeepers who tell you to only use crypto approved by "the experts." The more crypto you create, attack, and share with others for attacking, the better you will become at transcending the experts' complicated (and repeatedly broken) standards with experience and understanding of what works. Example: I invented a simple field cipher (hand encryption) that is more secure than AES or pretty much any feistel-network cipher. I know from experience, from rolling around in crypto and reconstructing the crypto of others who rolled their own, the security of this field cipher is great. If the power grid goes down, I'll still have cryptography with paper and pen because I dared to roll my own. I've got cryptography in my wallet. That's priceless. = zaeon =

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