Trans Vernam Cryptography: Round One

  • Published: Aug 31, 2017
  • Earliest Priority: Feb 18 2016
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Abstract

This invention establishes means and protocols to secure data, using large undisclosed amounts of randomness, replacing the algorithmic complexity paradigm. Its security is credibly appraised through combinatorics calculus, and it transfers the security responsibility to the user who determines how much randomness to use. This Trans-Vernam cryptography is designed to intercept the Internet of Things where the ‘things’ operate on limited computing capacity and are fueled by fast draining batteries. Randomness in large amounts may be quickly and conveniently stored in the most basic IOT devices, keeping the network safe.


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  • Publication: Aug 31, 2017
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