Encryption Algorithms

Encryption Algorithm I:
Encodes a string of characters or numbers into a string of numbers
Original String Encrypted Code

Encryption Algorithm II:
A very simple encryption method that uses random values for each character. Interestingly, you can encrypt the same string as many times as you want and the result will always be different. Best used with short strings.

Encryption Algorithm III: XOR Encryption 4
This encryption method performs a bitwise XOR on each character of the data you wish to encrypt with a series of mathematically generated keys. This key is generated using a pseudo-random number generator using a hash of the password as the seed. The security of the encrypted data is dependent on the length and randomness of the key.

Jerry Peng, Undergraduate
Computer Engineering
http://www.ece.ucsb.edu/

e-mail: bpeng@umail.ucsb.edu

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