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Description: FWIW, an interesting set of renderings that I used to encrypt some information:

https://plus.google.com/101799841244447089430/posts/ht7m8cV689k

The main idea to encrypt a byte P, is to map it to a mass point M in a vector field. Then, a new point A is calculated by using the endpoint of a field line generated from the origin point M. Then a little search performed, looking for a point B that is close to A, and also happens to generate a "reverse" field line that goes back to M. This point B is used as the ciphertext for byte P.

To decrypt, one simply iterates point B in reverse, and it ends up in the original M that corresponds to the plaintext byte P. So, decryption just works by following a field line from a ciphertext point back to its origin M, where M is mapped to a value.

256 mass points in the vector field can be used to encode any byte.


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Posted by: Chris Thomasson February 25, 2016, 05:29:18 AM

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