The Doghouse: Super Cipher P2P Messenger
Super Cipher P2P Messenger uses "unbreakable Infinity bit Triple Layer Socket Encryption for completely secure communication."
Wow. That sure sounds secure.
EDITED TO ADD (2/15): More humor from their website:
Combining today's most advanced encryption techniques, and expanding on them. The maximum encryption cipher size is Infinity! Which means each bit of your file or message is encrypted uniquely, with no repetition. You define a short key in the program, this key is used in an algorithm to generate the Random Infinity bit Triple Cipher. Every time you send a message or file, even if it is exactly the same, the Triple Cipher completely changes; hence then name 'Random'. Using this method a hackers chances of decoding your messages or file is one to infinity. In fact, I challenge anyone in the world to try and break a single encrypted message; because it can't be done. Brute Force and pattern searching will never work. The Encryption method Super Cipher P2P Messenger uses is unbreakable.
Posted on January 24, 2006 at 12:51 PM • 77 Comments