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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by spur (4197) on 2004.01.29 6:15 (#27872) Homepage
    DES encryption requires a secret key. So, why not enlarge the key to 12 digits and make it a one time pad. Customers will have a warmer fuzzy feeling from "perfect encryption".

    Granted that you use a different, randomly generated key for each encryption, of course.

    • I am using a randomly generated key for each encryption (from a separate key server). That makes for both overkill and a happy customer.