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How valuable is secrecy of an algorithm?
On the surface, the inadvisability of security through obscurity is directly at odds with the concept of shared secrets (i.e. "passwords"). Which is to say: if secrecy around passwords is valuable, ...
Nov 24 '12 at 7:21
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