Is it Probable to extract the ciphertext's genome and Visualizing it ?
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Encryption is like grinding the meat, once you grind the meat you can not look at the meat tissue and guess is it cow or lamb, but if you collect a sample of the tissue and look at it under the microscope you can have a good guess or identify that this meat has once belonged to a cow, what I am looking for is that, in the process of encryption, the clear text flows from a pipeline (algorithm) to a ciphertext that no one can reverse it or guess the original message but I hope there should be some pattern that if we could visualize the ciphertext we find characteristic of it, but in a very complex image, way like the human genome.
I know all the process, all the effort the mathematician has done in past decades was to securing and making it irreversible without having the keys. after spending a good amount of time in research, I still have no improvements, in my hypothesis, but still looking there for some pattern that we could be found, something new in number Theory or an Oracle, something that we never looked for it.
P.S.It is not about a tool, it is about the idea and theory behind it.