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Obfuscation = cryptography?
From: "Rob, grandpa of Ryan, Trevor, Devon & Hannah" <rmslade () shaw ca>
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 2014 16:28:28 -0800
OK, I'll admit that the math in this type of paper is completely beyond me.
But, hasn't he, or any of his friends, paid any attention to malware in the past two
decades? There is plenty of obfuscation out there. (Most of it does what his
program does: turn little programs into bloated monsters.)
Admittedly, this is an academic analysis of the foundations of what you can do,
and probably will, eventually, with a lot of development, provide for a number of
But I'm going to want to see a lot more explanation (by someone who understands
what he has been told) before I'm going to get excited about this.
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