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X-Admin: email@example.com From: firstname.lastname@example.orgSPAM (PCportinc) Newsgroups: alt.politics.org.fbi Date: 27 Aug 2003 02:00:18 GMT Organization: AOL http://www.aol.com Subject: the FBI and 1 time pads Message-ID: <email@example.com> I watched that PBS special on the Atom Bomb spies. They talked about one time pads used by the Soviets and said that even today's super computers cannot break the pad. is this true? if so, then even such simple methods as were used 50 years ago could still be used today and not even the NSA or the FBI would be able to figure out what the encrypted message is? every word had a number, then some random numbers were added to them, then something else was done. I guess unless you had access to the pad you cant decode the message. if so, why the need for RSA, Blowfish, 128-bit, PGP, TEA, etc.? The bad old Ruskies didnt use them, neither did the Germans in WWII, and if it wasnt for human error, their encrypted messages would not have been decoded.
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