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Benefit of combining classical substitution ciphers with modern cryptography
I know that a simple monoalphabetic substitution cipher is considered extremely weak, on account of linguistic frequency-analysis attacks. However, assume the following: cleartext is encrypted ...
Dec 30 '12 at 18:58
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