While we are at it print it out in binary. It is afterall stored that way on disk so we need to leave it in a machine readable form :)
4 posts • joined 30 Oct 2007
don't forget that the NSA develops the government encryption standards(including the ones that MS uses in their random number generators AES(Rijndael) encryption algorithm for .NET etc) so they probably know how to crack that too (as will our allies like the UK) :) have a great day.
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