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  1. Mr.Blaze

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    :D i see you dont run and hide i have some qustions if you not to busy
     
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    You don't have to ask to ask. Just ask the questions and I will do my best. :)
     
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    :D well normaly i would have but i got a taste of how busy you guys are lol

    so if you were just droping in i didnt want to hold you up budy

    :cool: ok first of many qustions im go straight to the juguler :ninja:

    what are your short term go's for CryptoSuite well if you can talk about it

    second qustion what are your main goal when its completed

    third qustion what your long term goals

    forth can i get you a beer while im up :D maybe a sodah

    :doubt: my other qustion is this why are we limited to 128 bit encryption is it the same every where whats the highst encryption you ever seen past 128 bit
     
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    CryptoSuite uses TWO 256 bit algorithms as the default setup, as such I don't think anyone will be needing anything more, for a while now. :)

    The goals of CryptoSuite is to make it into a complete encryption package, containing not just encryption related features, but also cleaning, and security features.

    We are very busy at the moment preparing for our "biggest release ever" so I havn't had as much time as I would like working on CryptoSuite but there is a lot of code already done for it since the last release.
     
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    :D that way cool so it already perty heavy duty like a tank

    whats the limit on encryption?
     
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    What do you mean by limit? 256bit symmetric encryption (at least for the algorithms CryptoSuite uses) is pretty much the highest they go, for the moment. 128bit encryption is already very safe, so 256bit is 2^128 (2 to the power of 128 ) times more secure. :)

    There isn't much need for anything higher.
     
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    wow an upcomeing relese big one thats good i have my money saved up for the add ons when it comes out so ill owen it all lol


    hey you ever play games like unreal and ever quest

    oh by the way i know this is really lame but you might want to edit your post lol i swear there some one stalking my dcs threads and he turns nice conversations like this one to well not cheerful threads :'(

    so that you know what hint you might want to edit out

    i swear this guy is like an old verstion of me but darker

    anyhoot have you had any days off and other then dcs stuffs is there new and exciting things happening in the bad lands like new trojans viruses malware new stuff comeing out

    i know you usealy have a heads up on this stuff
     
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    whats the worst trojan you ever come across and what could it do

    does it even have a name?

    or when you discover these do you get to name them

    reason i ask is i cant picture the bad guys raising there hand saying i made this ill name it this lol


    how do they get there names?

    have you dicoverd unknowen ones and still to this day no one really knows what lurks out there
     
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    I don't think you'll need to pay for this "upcoming release" , unless I'm mistaken Blaze. :)
     
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    :doubt: i have mix feelings on that happy cause :D i wont break my wallet sad :'( cause its not you know what snif snif maybe in 6 months from now i see you know what lol

    :cool: but you know what lol mow you spark my curiosity :ninja: i shall look for clues lol

    thx jason hug you difnitly one of my faves huuuuuugggggggggggggggggggg :D
     
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