On Tue, 13 Sep 2005, Braun Brelin wrote:
> That's about it. I don't particularly want to do DRM at all. It's as you
> say, a marketing check-box.
In that case, I'd reccomend using the 'null' cipher, defined as:
f(x) -> x
- incredibly efficient both in terms of space and time
- fully compatible with making good use of P2P
- supported by many popular crypto suites like OpenSSL, GPG, etc.
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