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    phishphreek80, hey thanks for the suggestion,...

    phishphreek80, hey thanks for the suggestion, even if you're just throwing out ideas, its apreciated.
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    Thank you, however, perhaps im not making my self...

    Thank you, however, perhaps im not making my self clear, The replacement of the SAM would be done by the owner of the machine SO that, any potential SAM crackers out there would grab a dummy file. ...
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    Honey Pot / Sam

    As we all know the passwords for a windows account is stored in the SAM file. So for some one who is trying to crack the login passwords, this becomes a very tepting file to "snatch". However, is...
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    Public Key Encryption

    Hello,

    I took a basic Encryption class a few years back. We studied things like simple subsitution cyphers and such, but when it came to Modern Public Key Encryption, i was quite lost. If i...
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    Theory

    Yeah i figured the ammount of packets would increase to the point where it wouldnt be practical, but regaurdless I was curious to see if it were posible. Neat to think it would work, unfortunate...
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    p2p Encryption

    A while back, I use to live on campus. As as such I saw things from a students point of view. I didnt care, how, i just wanted my fast Kazaa downloads. Little did i realise, so did every one else...
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    Wow, thank you for the indepth answer, I will...

    Wow, thank you for the indepth answer, I will look into the open source alternatives as you have suggested, and the recomeneded links you have posted. Again thanks!
    ~Poe
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    64 bit numbers and 64 bit processors

    Im attempting to optimize my program. The whole goal of it is to crunch large 200-1000 digit numbers. While i did find an earler post about handling such data, im doing this with my own Big Number...
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    Anything but Random

    From programing we know that nothing happens for a random reason. Errors, or fluke results are all due to an unforseen proccess, BUT its not random. So this leads me to wonder what is a random...
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