Secure Key is an uncrackable security mechanism that minimizes trust given to stored keys, and obfuscates key data in random noise. The Secure Key itself is a hardware device that plugs into your PC (and the server the other end). The key is sent to user
- 1.2.2014 I now think that due to discussions with Whygee (Yann Guidon) of http://yasep.org/ that LZW could be the best way to eliminate redundancy in your data packet before encrypting it.
- Rather than using a dictionary on both ends of the communication. The LZW dictionary is a dynaset and is unknowable by the receiver, but on the other hand, there is no redundancy.
- The LZW dictionary would increase the size of a message compared with a previously shared dictionary, but has the advantage of simpler implementation.
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