Fractal Encryption
Source: InfoWar - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Cryptography Here's a short editorial on fractal encryption. "A fractally encrypted message cannot be broken even by the senders. It is so secure as to be that way for it's lifetime. Oh, the key is the message. So, it functions . . . Here's a short editorial on fractal encryption. "A fractally encrypted message cannot be broken even by the senders. It is so secure as to be that way for it's lifetime. Oh, the key is the message. So, it functions quite nicely as a one time sheet. In true terms, it is the only way to ensure a software encrypted message is secure." Does anyone know where to find more information on this? Mail us at webmaster@linuxsecurity.com

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