Uzzah: dittybopper: DanZero:[imgs.xkcd.com image 448x274]Assuming this is pointed at me, you can't be expected to remember a long string of random numbers that you destroyed immediately after use.Makes it a lot harder for you to decrypt if you neither have nor can remember the key, though.And sure, here's a block of text from a famous historical document encrypted according to my own uncrackable cipher:1Just try to crack that one, guys.
dittybopper: DanZero:[imgs.xkcd.com image 448x274]Assuming this is pointed at me, you can't be expected to remember a long string of random numbers that you destroyed immediately after use.
TommyymmoT: It's Drug Enforcement Administration, Not Drug Enforcement Agency.In any case, those assholes are the problem, not the solution.
A Shambling Mound: As far as I am aware no one has ever found a backdoor of any kind into any Microsoft operating system, working or otherwise. The simple presence of code allowing for that kind of operation would have been found by now if it existed. Further, if it existed it would have been exploited by malware authors.
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