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Re: Another Son of Clipper discussion paper

Lucky Green writes:
 > Windows 95 is on a lot of people's hard drives. It is therefore public and
 > available for every one's inspection.  How many people do you know that
 > have reverse engineered Windows 95. How many of those use a reverse
 > engineered version. I'd venture it is zero out of zero.

Problems with this analogy:

1) Windows 95 is somewhat bigger than your typical encryption

2) The factor of motivation isn't considered.

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