1998-08-07 - Re: SecDrv and Win95

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Date: Fri, 7 Aug 1998 16:11:59 -0700 (PDT)
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Ian F. Silver wrote:
> I use Blowfish and GOST (depending on the size of the container I'm
> working with), and avoided DES, even before Deep Crack was invented.
> :-)

"Deep Crack" was invented in 1993 by John Gilmore. (based on a paper at Eurocrypt '93).
It was implemented more recently.

BTW this is all in the archives in 1993. Everything was discussed in the first
12 months of cypherpunks.