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    Writing up my algorithms


    I've been a developer for about 20+ years; C, asm, C++, C#, etc. Anyway, in my spare time, I've written a symmetric encryption program. There are several different algorithms (25 routines based on 8 separate mechanisms) in the program, some like Feistal; I use a key scheduler; variable read buffer sizes (key dependent), a 256 byte key, between 3 and 20 rounds of encryption and other devices.

    I use one-time pads and a combination of block and stream ciphers, byte rearrangement, encryption of sub-buffers and so forth.

    I would like to present what I've done to the community (whatever that is), but how? Do I write up my work in some format of my choosing? Code? Any help will be appreciated.

    RON
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    Originally Posted by rc3250
    I've been a developer for about 20+ years; C, asm, C++, C#, etc. Anyway, in my spare time, I've written a symmetric encryption program. There are several different algorithms (25 routines based on 8 separate mechanisms) in the program, some like Feistal; I use a key scheduler; variable read buffer sizes (key dependent), a 256 byte key, between 3 and 20 rounds of encryption and other devices.

    I use one-time pads and a combination of block and stream ciphers, byte rearrangement, encryption of sub-buffers and so forth.

    I would like to present what I've done to the community (whatever that is), but how? Do I write up my work in some format of my choosing? Code? Any help will be appreciated.

    RON
    www.skcjju256.com go from low level to high level.

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