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Encryption!

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Hello everyone! Have you ever wondered if a encryption system could be made under .NET? well...its POSSIBLE! I have created something called "Ember", a encryption system than encrypts text. The good thing about is that its very secure because its encrypted several times.
For example, atm, "Test" would be encrypted twice and will be outputed as...
[email protected]!$2![email protected]!#5![email protected]!$1![email protected]!$2!

The down side is that since the encrypted text is encrypted again...the text is 4 times longer than the un-encrypted text.
I will prove this point by saying.
"Hello, my name is amrykid. I program in VB.NET and C#. I know quite a few other programming languages as well. My current project is Open Studio"
And that would come out as...
[email protected]!8^![email protected]!#5![email protected]!%3![email protected]!%3![email protected]!%6!,[email protected]!^^/>![email protected]!%4![email protected]!$7![email protected]!^^/>![email protected]!%5![email protected]!#1![email protected]!%4![email protected]!#5![email protected]!^^/>![email protected]!#9![email protected]!$1![email protected]!^^/>![email protected]!#1![email protected]!%4![email protected]!%9![email protected]!$7![email protected]!%2![email protected]!#9![email protected]!#4![email protected]!%@![email protected]!^^/>![email protected]!9^![email protected]!^^/>![email protected]!%7![email protected]!%9![email protected]!%6![email protected]!#7![email protected]!%9![email protected]!#1![email protected]!%4![email protected]!^^/>![email protected]!#9![email protected]!%5![email protected]!^^/>![email protected]!4$![email protected]!2^![email protected]!%@![email protected]!5#![email protected]!5^![email protected]!2$![email protected]!^^/>![email protected]!#1![email protected]!%5![email protected]!#4![email protected]!^^/>![email protected]!3^!#[email protected]!%@![email protected]!^^/>![email protected]!9^![email protected]!^^/>![email protected]!%2![email protected]!%5![email protected]!%6![email protected]!$5![email protected]!^^/>![email protected]!%8![email protected]!$3![email protected]!#9![email protected]!$2![email protected]!#5![email protected]!^^/>![email protected]!#1![email protected]!^^/>![email protected]!#6![email protected]!#5![email protected]!$5![email protected]!^^/>![email protected]!%6![email protected]!$2![email protected]!#8![email protected]!#5![email protected]!%9![email protected]!^^/>![email protected]!%7![email protected]!%9![email protected]!%6![email protected]!#7![email protected]!%9![email protected]!#1![email protected]!%4![email protected]!%4![email protected]!#9![email protected]!%5![email protected]!#7![email protected]!^^/>![email protected]!%3![email protected]!#1![email protected]!%5![email protected]!#7![email protected]!$3![email protected]!#1![email protected]!#7![email protected]!#5![email protected]!$1![email protected]!^^/>![email protected]!#1![email protected]!$1![email protected]!^^/>![email protected]!$5![email protected]!#5![email protected]!%3![email protected]!%3![email protected]!%@![email protected]!^^/>![email protected]!4#![email protected]!$7![email protected]!^^/>![email protected]!#3![email protected]!$3![email protected]!%9![email protected]!%9![email protected]!#5![email protected]!%5![email protected]!$2![email protected]!^^/>![email protected]!%7![email protected]!%9!3948[email protected]!%6![email protected]!%1![email protected]!#5![email protected]!#3![email protected]!$2![email protected]!^^/>![email protected]!#9![email protected]!$1![email protected]!^^/>![email protected]!6#![email protected]!%7![email protected]!#5![email protected]!%5![email protected]!^^/>![email protected]!1$![email protected]!$2![email protected]!$3![email protected]!#4![email protected]!#9![email protected]!%6!

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Martyr2 Icon

26 September 2009 - 11:18 AM
You do realize that VS 2005/2008 includes the System.Security.Cryptography namespace which contains several classes for encryption/decryption right? Rijanedal, RSA, DES and tons of hash algorithms including MD5, SHA and more. Not that I want to discourage you from creating your own stuff which looks good so far, but I didn't want you to sink a ton of time into it not knowing there are already industry proven and tested code out there for encryption.

That is unless the whole point of your blog entry was to show others that you could create your own if you wanted. I thought perhaps you were saying it because you didn't think anyone had already done it.

Keep up the good work and like the blog. :^:
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chrisH Icon

26 August 2011 - 01:53 PM
Just a note, your encryption algorithm is very easy to break.

[email protected] is just filler.
!$2! = T
!#5! = E
!$1! = S
...

Cool practice though. :)
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