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My question is whether their algorithm is open source or not. If it is open source, then it shows real promise. You can't have an encryption algorithm that uses twists and turns that only work so long as they are secrets from the code users. This is why RSA is so good--The RSA algorithm is totally pubic and open to scrutiny. The security comes from multi-hundred digit prime numbers which are neither practical to guess nor practical to compute working backwards.

If they have figured out a way to obfuscate code using a totally open algorithm, this is a game changer for digital security. Otherwise, it's just a gimmick.
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