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Date: Tue, 12 Jul 2005 08:25:44 -0400
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At 5:40 PM +0100 7/11/05, AUSTEIN OBYRNE wrote:
>Dear All, 
>I have written a very powerful piece of cryptography in the form of a cipher that uses vectors instead of scalars as the encryption raw data.  This is ground breaking stuff and at the moment I am preparing to go public with it by sending copies of the documentation (only as yet ) to various academies that are known to be involved with cryptography.

>1 ) I don't know enough to finish the job in so far as I am unable to close up the source code from public view.

1. In general, this mailing list is for Ada advocacy issues rather than
   Ada technical discussions.  You might be better off to ask on the
   newsgroup comp.lang.ada.

2. The world of cryptography has a strong history of people coming up
   with new schemes that readily fall to standard attacks.
Larry Kilgallen