amanfromMars 1 Fri 14 May 03:38  ………… says on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/3/2021/05/12/blessed_are_the_cryptographers/
Re: you can read it two ways…
Have a upvote for that very clear and comprehensive “state of nations” address, TechHeadToo, which does advise them all that they are compromised and extremely vulnerable to all manner of novel program attack and SCADA systems administration exploitation/virtually remote
Quite why anyone/anything would think it worth downvoting is one of those mysteries shrouded in the madness and mayhem manifest in many a mind mined and exhausted of much in the ways and means of good reason and plain common sense …….. whenever good reason and plain common sense are two of the magic source core ores that delivers a perfect existence for a pleasant life span and heavenly time in some of the most devilish of attractive spaces.
amanfromMars 1 Fri 14 May 04:50  …… seeing things a little differently on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/all/2021/05/12/blessed_are_the_cryptographers/
There is more than one way to skin a dead cat bounce ……
Privacy creates agency. When you can communicate privately, your potential actions grow.
Publicity creates urgency. And kickstarts agencies into private communications with growing potential actors. And if you into catching Juicy Lucy type worms, long before anyone even knows what they are missing and missing out on, be early and quick off the mark in Great Games Play with all, or as many of those growing potential actors as is possible.
Someone who cannot communicate privately cannot reach out for the assistance of others. Left to their own devices, they will be easy pickings for the predations of enemies. If you want to disempower someone, make it impossible for them to maintain any privacy.
A practical alternative to all that implied secrecy which is preventing rapid progress with outside assistance is to communicate actions undertaken and processes both pending and resulting from subsequent reactions and interactions very publicly.
You then can expect to harvest the advantage and benefits of the thoughts proposing future potential actions from both negative threatened and threatening opposition and positive supportive competition alike, which are both extremely valuable assistance for rapid progress, should they be bothered and feel it necessary.
And one immediately discovers and uncovers all that is liable to be bad and doggedly opposed and everything that is going to be great and enthusiastically encouraged and energetically supported, by natural default of the open publicity process.
amanfromMars 1 Fri 14 May 16:30  …… suggesting on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2021/05/12/blessed_are_the_cryptographers/
That is all very well and good, but I’ve been trying to get my ‘new’ crypto algorithm taken seriously by cryptographers for several years. It has the (dis)advantage of being really simple to describe and implement, so appears to be easy to crack, except that AFAIK it is actually quite strong. (FYI it is based on a non-associative algebra, I’m not trying to patent it, just get it published.)
Any suggestions, please advise. ….. Eclectic Man
Send it to El Reg, EM, for eclectic peer review from some very savvy and unconventional commentards, with maybe many more of them than one would have a’thunk at first knowing a great deal more about some very sensitive and disruptive matters that many haven’t even heard of yet, and man, are they all in for a fantastic surprise which has every chance of being guaranteed to be able to absolutely terrify them too.
After all, you know what it says on the tin ….. The Register – Independent news and views for the tech community. Part of Situation Publishing. Biting the hand which feeds IT
Once published on the likes of an El Reg, it is impossible for anyone to steal any of your own unique secret source sauce subsequently and claim that it be theirs rather than yours for the benefits of reward and patent award.
amanfromMars 1 Fri 14 May 07:56  …… being quite brutal, but not without good reason on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2021/05/13/michael_dell_fy21_salary/
Care in the Community has IT Pitfalls and Obvious Virtual Hurdles and Sticky Fences
Oh look, someone mentions money, out come the far right loons.
Hate to tell you this, but Michael Dell isn’t even Jewish… ….. Dave314159ggggdffsdds
The shrink will see you now, Dave314159ggggdffsdds, …… He has your new meds.