Would have been perfect with Morena Baccarin.
No, you get an extremely small subset of the possible original messages.
No, GP is correct. If you can choose the pad contents, you can trivially create any "decrypted" message you like.
As you send more and more messages with the same pad
one time pad
"Hail Hitler". It showed in every single German message
Unlikely. The grammar nazi in charge would have corrected it to "Heil Hitler".
A waste of everyone's time and resources. Domain grabbers are scum.
"Oh you'd like to use this as a project/company/blog name? You can't, cause I'm sitting on it, neener neener!"
He's proposed the idea of broadcasting the MEID/ESN of every phone that is ringing in every mobile phone "cell" in the world/via Satlink
Personally, I would object to everybody being able to tell if/when my phone is ringing, and possibly even deduce whether I accepted the call from the duration of the "ringing" state. If that's really how this system is supposed to work, I'm not surprised the OP couldn't find any takers.
That's exactly how it has worked in the EU from the very start.
But there is a difference between subsidizing economically weaker regions and countries, and bailing out a country, for the third time, to the tune of 100 million Euro. All the while being promised reforms and seeing very little actual change.
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What I remember is that it featured a rather eye-watering construction of two overlapping switch statements (?) which was syntactically legal, but perhaps shouldn't have been.
Reminds me of this monstrosity. It's not two overlapping switch statements, but a switch entangled with a do
astalavista.box.sk might be interested in that algorithm.
Ah, memories. The AstaLaVista search engine was such an important tool back in the day.
Hard to believe it was created 20 years ago.
I feel old.
Ah. Well played.
I really need to look at the dates more. Might explain some of the design documents in our company...
I don't think that's a viable solution to the OP's issue ("IPv6 addresses are so long that you can't remember them"). From the RFC:
For example, consider the address shown above
Then, when encoded as specified above, this becomes:
It's shorter, yes, but much harder to memorize. Especially when this address can be abbreviated to
The author's views about his suggestion's efficiency are also... interesting:
Many current processors do not find 128 bit integer arithmetic, as
required for this technique, a trivial operation. This is not
considered a serious drawback in the representation, but a flaw of
the processor designs.
So, humans don't find this format easy to deal with, and neither do machines.
Why not just call it an unrequested global energy surplus?
Language like this makes me want to engage in an involuntary personal protein spill...
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