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Can you help me understand how RC4-52 is done using pen-and-paper?
I've played a lot with VIC and enjoy its complexity and effectiveness as a field cipher. However, RC4 has caught my attention lately and I've read there is a RC4-52 variant that can be done by hand. ...
Mar 6 '13 at 10:42
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