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Re: Math and Hacking/Computers

Here's a paper I wrote on the subject of BCH codes, due to different encoding in this and the original document some things didn't display correctly, all the numbers on the right of x in the polynomial are powers, and all the numbers to the right of the alpha are powers also. Codes In Applied Algebr...
by Jgrimm
on Wed Sep 16, 2009 1:56 pm
 
Forum: Math & Science
Topic: Math and Hacking/Computers
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Re: Math and Hacking/Computers

I realized that I missed a few points in the last post so I'll clear them up. Chaos Theory also includes infinite repeatability-i.e. fractals- Use the right fractal equation to generate your encryption algorithm and you know it has an inverse, but you also know that it could take years of exhaustive...
by Jgrimm
on Mon Sep 14, 2009 3:26 am
 
Forum: Math & Science
Topic: Math and Hacking/Computers
Comments: 20
Views: 93207

Re: Math and Hacking/Computers

Sanddbox I have to admit that I haven't had a good laugh like that in a while. So lets get started. The first post was off the top of my head we'll get into a little more detail here. 1. You're right I can encrypt something using a simple shift cypher and it can be broken in an exhaustive attack by ...
by Jgrimm
on Sun Sep 13, 2009 11:32 pm
 
Forum: Math & Science
Topic: Math and Hacking/Computers
Comments: 20
Views: 93207

Math and Hacking/Computers

So I was reading one of the previous posts about it being a misconception that math has much to do with hacking and computers in general. So I'm going to counter act that misconception a little. Basically anything done in your computer is done with strings of 1's and 0's, binary, I'm sure most of yo...
by Jgrimm
on Sat Sep 12, 2009 7:52 pm
 
Forum: Math & Science
Topic: Math and Hacking/Computers
Comments: 20
Views: 93207

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