[cryptome] Re: Applied Random Logic has developed BMORF

  • From: In Harms Way <11414150173@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2014 20:27:59 +0300

His e-mail david0321@xxxxxxx <mailto:david0321@xxxxxxx> did not bounce


Neal Lamb wrote, On 22/04/2014 20:25:
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Utah_Data_Center
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> *From:* In Harms Way <11414150173@xxxxxxxxxx>
> *To:* cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx; david0321@xxxxxxx
> *Sent:* Tuesday, April 22, 2014 11:40 AM
> *Subject:* [cryptome] Re: Applied Random Logic has developed BMORF
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> Maybe
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>       Applied Random Logic
>       David Michaelsen
>       1925 North 1000 East
>       North Logan, UT 84341
>       US
>       (435)752-6497
>      
> david0321@xxxxxxx <mailto:david0321@xxxxxxx>
> *
> **can answer that.*
>
> xyz wrote, On 22/04/2014 17:51:
> a rather interesting point is that they use the term "open code"
> rather then open source.. this begs the question will the ultimate
> release code be the same as that which is currently being tested or
> wail the open code. as they call it, be loaded with a back door.?
> On 22/04/2014 10:21, In Harms Way wrote:
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>> Does anyone know anything about this:
>>
>>
>>       Is Here Now! <http://appliedrandomlogic.com/>
>>
>> appliedrandomlogic.com/
>> ‎
>> Applied Random Logic has developed *BMORF (Bit Morphing) technology*,
>> which constitutes a major paradigm shift in encryption technology.
>>
>> Or is that a hoax?
>>
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> We have nothing to hide, but something to protect: LIBERTY, PRIVACY & FREEDOM
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