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Pi-Krypto-v5_10 - 0.5.10

Turn your Raspberry Pi (using pygames graphics) into an encryption machine like the famous Enigma of WWII.


Andrew
(pygamer0123)
Turn your Raspberry Pi into an encryption machine like the famous Enigma of WWII. It uses a photo as a (plug-in) and public keys to generate an quantum encryption algorithm that allows random junk aka (dummy/fake characters) to be used. So I challenge anyone has access to a supercomputer to try and break the code. Maybe it's a (David vs Goliath) situation, or just have fun using it.

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Turn your Raspberry Pi into an encryption machine like the famous Enigma of WWII. It uses a photo as a (plug-in) and public keys to generate an quantum encryption algorithm that allows random junk aka (dummy/fake characters) to be used. So I challenge anyone has access to a supercomputer to try and break the code. Maybe it's a (David vs Goliath) situation, or just have fun using it.

Links

Home Page
https://github.com/AndrewMcGilp/Pi-Krypto-5-10
Source
https://github.com/AndrewMcGilp/Pi-Krypto-5-10
Windows
https://github.com/AndrewMcGilp/Pi-Krypto-5-10
Mac
https://github.com/AndrewMcGilp/Pi-Krypto-5-10

Releases

Pi-Krypto-v5_10 0.5.10 — 18 Jun, 2021

Pygame.org account Comments

  • Andrew 2021-06-18 18:10:54.031146

    Read HelpMe.txt in the Settings folder to get started.