"The differential equations that describe dynamic interactions of power generators are similar to that of the gravitational interplay among celestial bodies, which is chaotic in nature."
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Is there some java utility that does this?
"The differential equations that describe dynamic interactions of power generators are similar to that of the gravitational interplay among celestial bodies, which is chaotic in nature."
Originally posted by Adam Teg:
Do you know if what the given code uses for encryption, 128 bit etc?
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The only way to learn cryptanalysis is through practice. A student simply has to break algorithm after algorithm, inventing new techniques and modifying existing ones. Reading others' cryptanalysis results helps, but there is no substitute for experience.
Breaking a cipher doesn't necessarily mean finding a practical way for an eavesdropper to recover the plaintext from just the ciphertext.
In academic cryptography, the rules are relaxed considerably.
Breaking a cipher simply means finding a weakness in the cipher that can be exploited with a complexity less than brute-force.
Never mind that brute-force might require 2 ^ 128 encryptions; an attack requiring 2 ^ 110 encryptions would be considered a break.
Breaks might also require unrealistic amounts of known or chosen plaintext 2 ^ 56 blocks|or unrealistic amounts of storage: 2 ^ 80. Simply put, a break can just be a "certificational weakness": evidence that the cipher does not perform as advertised.
"The differential equations that describe dynamic interactions of power generators are similar to that of the gravitational interplay among celestial bodies, which is chaotic in nature."
Originally posted by Adam Teg:
My requirement says the userid and password shall be encrypted.
"The differential equations that describe dynamic interactions of power generators are similar to that of the gravitational interplay among celestial bodies, which is chaotic in nature."