Cryptography breakthrough could run encrypted software

Researchers have developed a method for running software encrypted, rendering traditional methods of hacking software useless, because the software cannot be reverse engineered.

Sahai’s software creates what he describes as a “multilinear jigsaw puzzle” that makes any attempts to reverse engineer the software return nothing but nonsense. Regular software can be fed into the system, and the resulting jumbled code can be run on any computer

NSA is going to hate this. Imagine a web browser running encrypted. It would be much more difficult to monitor.


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