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Originally posted by schuyler
This leads me to believe either that it is fake, or that it has been padded so that it appears huge. This could have been done either to make it appear menacing, or to make it difficult to move around. I downloaded a Garmin GPS map update a few days ago that was about a gig on my normal DSL line. It took several hours to do it.
Originally posted by Detergent
Second: Part of deciphering information is knowing when it has been successfully deciphered. If my life depended on the data, I'd make sure it was encrypted at multiple levels, Russian-doll-style. Someone with really good computers might successfully decipher the first level. But how would they know they'd done so when the result just looks like another stream of random bits and not some recognizable words or document signature? And what if the attacker doesn't know how many layers of encryption are present? You can see that the problem is mind-numbing. The complexity goes up exponentially with the layers of encryption.
Originally posted by resist the nwo
Does anyone think that this is thier false flag to pass the Cyber Security Bill??? I do!!!!