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  1. One of the best things about modern cryptography is the beautiful terminology. You could start any number of punk bands (or Tumblrs) named after cryptography terms like 'hard-core predicate', 'trapdoor function', ' or 'impossible differential cryptanalysis'. And of course, I haven't even mentioned the one term that surpasses all of these. That term is 'zero knowledge'. In fact, the term 'zero knowledge' is so appealing that it leads to problems. People misuse it, assuming that zero knowledge must be synonymous with 'really, really secure'. Hence it gets tacked onto all kinds of stuff -- like e
  2. Am cautat pe tata google vreo 2 ore si nimic de negasit (GSA Email Verifier + Key ) ! Il are careva ?
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