NACA: Publicly Secured
Under certain circumstances, determinism of a block cipher can lead to a disclosure of sensitive information about working mechanism of underlying machine. Unveiled restrictions of the mechanism can also give a possibility for an adversary to brute-force the cipher at a reasonable period of time.
We propose a nondeterministic algorithm operating on variable-length groups of bits with dynamically varying parts of round ciphertext. We named it as “Neuron Cipher”. It does not use as public as private key. In compared with symmetric or asymmetric encryption, it has obvious practical advantages. Among them is a “Perfect Secrecy” .
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