Ignore it.

"I didn't think it was important, boss." "I was too busy, boss."


Excusology is not a winning life strategy.

Insist on conformity to AES (Advanced Encryption Standard).

We approached a government agency (unnamed to protect the guilty) to review technical notes of our encryption method. Word came back to the effect that the agency only looks at encryption that has been proven to conform to the Advanced Encryption Standard.


That's interesting. In the Congressional Hearing on Quantum Technology by the House Science, Space and Technology Committee in October 2017, there appeared to be a broadly shared consensus that AES may be badly compromised when strong advances are achieved in quantum computing. But the agency in question insists that anything new must conform to the old. If that is the case, let us hope that the employees of the agency when driving at night are preceded by a pedestrian with a red lantern to warn of their approach. That was, after all, the old standard, and new approaches must conform to old standards.


It's a good thing that said agency does not have a mandate for environmental scanning to be aware of what is emerging in the field of cryptography (or does it?), and that their mission has nothing to do with national security (or does it? Hmmm.)


Does Marpx Extreme Encryption conform to the Advanced Encryption Standard? Absolutely not. Intentionally.

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Learn more about MarpX Better Privacy and try it.

Here are the help files associated with MarpX Better Privacy:


You may request a (temporarily free) copy of the program at https://BuyExtremeEncryption.com/marpx-better-privacy.aspx. We are required by U.S. law to check whether or not you are qualified as a recipient. Expect a delay of one business day.

Learn more about Extreme Encryption and try it (U.S. only).

Here are the help files associated with MarpX Extreme Encryption™:


As above, expect a delay of one or more business days to verify your eligibility under U.S. law. Since this product is intended primarily for U.S. government and for firms serving national and cybersecurity needs, we will need background information (perhaps your web site address, possibly more) in order to understand your need to know. Thank you for your patience!


We also have a book in PDF format of technical notes, and for an established collaborator source code and company confidential documentation. "Need to know" information really matters if you are to access this information.

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