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Question by antony5
Submitted on 7/7/2003
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What is nonlinear cryptography?

Answer by Kiriana
Submitted on 2/18/2004
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I think that nonlinear cryptography is probably cryptography that relies on the encryption and decryption keys being different. Examples of this would be PGP or RSA


Answer by christian
Submitted on 2/23/2005
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making the coding act in a erratic/unstable behavior thus making the machine or program forced to run far out side its own capabilities or specifications


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