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How does this differ from a normal Perl string XOR?
This is just wrong. From the docs:
"This is the only method of encryption that (assuming the
randomness of the pattern used as an encryption key) truly
cannot be broken."
Well, if you had a "truly" random key the size of your file, then theoretically probably. (See the Snake Oil FAQ at <www.interhack.net/people/cmcurtin/sna...
All it does is xor two buffers together, and doesn't even check if they are different sizes (which will cause some nasty problems).
The namespace is inappropriate, but I wouldn't want to see the Crypt::* namespace polluted with this.
hallo und guten tag,
wie kann ich Math-XOR unter suse linux installieren ?