Re: webcam encryption beats quasar encryption

2006-04-17 Thread Ivan Krstic
James Muir wrote: Also, I vaguely recall another news story (1999?) that reported on an encryption technique that hypothesized a stream of random bits generated by an orbiting satellite. Likely Rabin's hyperencryption. I posted about it here a few years back:

Re: webcam encryption beats quasar encryption

2006-03-31 Thread leichter_jerrold
| I think the Rip Van Winkle cipher was mentioned in Schneier's Applied | Cryptography. Also, I vaguely recall another news story (1999?) that | reported on an encryption technique that hypothesized a stream of random | bits generated by an orbiting satellite. Probably Rabin's work on beacons.

webcam encryption beats quasar encryption

2006-03-30 Thread Heyman, Michael
Internet webcam signals from webcams could emerge as an exotic but effective new tool for securing terrestrial communications against eavesdropping. Scientists have come up with a method for encrypting messages using the internet objects, which emit signals and are thought to be powered by DC

Re: webcam encryption beats quasar encryption

2006-03-30 Thread James Muir
Heyman, Michael wrote: Internet webcam signals from webcams could emerge as an exotic but effective new tool for securing terrestrial communications against eavesdropping. snip Kidding aside, there are some interesting theoretical results about ciphers that utilize a plentiful, publicly