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

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,

-- Sat Oct 19, 2019 5:17 pm --

Get 5 teams, split data flow and control output from at least 3 of them and 2 teams may have some pause or special duties and you decide what's the level of hell, if all 5 work hard or 1 or two just live and have a nice life for some time.

Shoot your own mad split channels during full functionality and it's you, who rule the data transfer unless ALL channels are hijacked.

Make it difficult and against nature and you and everyone is just screwed.

Go binary only (without real natural numbers) and you and your system is predictable.

Crypto? Yeah, fun. So what!


-- Sat Oct 19, 2019 5:20 pm --

Make this your private knowledge and your authority means you're dead. Nope, not interested. Alternate authorities are desired.


-- Sat Oct 19, 2019 5:46 pm --

It may seem weird, but only sacrifice of your responsibility and control of sacrifice of responsibility of others makes you responsible. Because noone can have ALL responsibility for EVERYTHING for all times. And responsibility is what people typically do to keep the world a fine place for living.


-- Sat Oct 19, 2019 5:51 pm --

After all you SHARE the responsibility of data transfer via split channels (you don't share the secret, but the channel!) so it's not just you who can "destroy your mad split channel". If you're idiot, others won't let you broadcast/multicast and after all not even unicast. But who decides? This stuff is public domain...

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