SSRI = Secret Splitting and Reconstruction Implementation

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SSRI = Secret Splitting and Reconstruction Implementation

Post by mooph on Wed Apr 01, 2015 9:28 am
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Hello everyone.

This is probably a little advanced topic and I hope it's in the right forum.

I've created implementation, that's on https://github.com/cenekSvoboda/SSRI.

I want to know your opinion on that.

It's a randomness bruteforcing implementation, because during calculation numbers may lose precision. It tries to split the secret until all reconstructions from all permutations of all combinations of all splits match the original secret.

What do you think about this idea?

Čeněk mooph Svoboda, svobo.c@gmail.com
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