[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
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.
| Nobody's going to listen to you if you just | Mike McNally ([email protected]) |
| stand there and flap your arms like a fish. | Tivoli Systems, Austin TX |