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[Discuss] KeePassX

On 08/16/2013 11:36 AM, Richard Pieri wrote:
> You need to know how to attack ciphers if you want to critique them. 

That's why you need a formidable enough reputation, and even possibly an 
AES-style competition, to get enough public crypto talent beating on 
your algorithm.

> And even that isn't always enough to spot weaknesses.

Cryptography is an odd world.  Having extremely clear understanding 
about being extremely obfuscatory.

-kb, the Kent who remains a fan of one-time-pads, and with gigantic 
capacity, physically tiny micro SD cards, they acquire a practicality 
Cold War spies could only dream of.

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