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Organizations of all sizes across all industries rely on encryption to protect their data. Passwords, personal identification information, and private messages all need to be hidden from nefarious parties. But the strongest encryption requirements come not from companies, but from the U.S. government. Whenever national security is involved, strong measures must be taken to ensure data is saved and transmitted in an uncrackable format. How can federal agencies like the National Security Agency (NSA) protect their top secret information?

How does AES work? The basic principle of all encryption is that each unit of data is replaced by a different one according to the security key. More specifically, AES was designed as a substitution-permutation network. AES brings additional security because it uses a key expansion process in which the initial key is used to come up with a series of new keys called round keys. These round keys are generated over multiple rounds of modification, each of which makes it harder to break the encryption.

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Nevertheless, no encryption system is entirely secure. Researchers who have probed AES have found a few potential ways in. In 2009, they discovered a possible related-key attack. This type of cryptanalysis attempts to crack a cipher by observing how it operates using different keys. Fortunately, the related-key attack is only a threat to AES systems that are incorrectly configured.

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A woman was jailed after she sold crack cocaine to addicts through her kitchen window. Jayne Jones' house was raided by police who found a stash of high purity cocaine worth almost 9,000 along with rocks of crack, dealer's lists, and a burner phone.

Wales Online reports that Hannah George, prosecuting, told Swansea Crown Court that police executed a search warrant at Jones' house in the West Cross area of the city on September 22 this year where officers recovered a "substantial quantity of particularly high purity cocaine". In total police found 88g of cocaine in the property with a purity of up to 83 per cent and street value of up to 8,800 along with 10 rocks of crack cocaine worth another 330.

The court heard officers also found a number of implements in the kitchen used for the so-called "washing" of cocaine - turning it into crack cocaine - along with three tick lists and a diary ledger showing amounts of drugs supplied and cash owed, a Nokia burner phone, SIM cards, 150 in cash, and the defendant's personal phone.

The prosecutor said an examination of Jones' phones showed she had been involved in the supply of cocaine and crack for the previous eight months, with some messages showing the defendant was in contact with a phone connected to an on-going police investigation into a drug supply operation.

Jayne Jones, of Kenilworth Place, West Cross, Swansea, had previously pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine with intent to supply, possession of crack cocaine with intent to supply, being concerned in the supply of cocaine, and being concerned in the supply of crack cocaine when she appeared in the dock for sentencing. She has 35 previous convictions for 101 offences off which 24 were for drugs matters including being concerned in the supply of Class A and Class B drugs.

Zippy was one of the most high-profile crackers on the Atari ST scene as a member of the Medway Boys and later Cynix. Zippy was responsible for creating more than 100 compilation disks (known as "menus" on the Atari ST). Thanks must go to Marco Breddin from for his "Borders" book trilogy that inspired this interview and provided the nostalgia trip that kept Zippy adding to it for the last 2 years. If you're at all interested in the Atari demo scene you can purchase his books from the Shop section on his website.

I never used a name for the stuff I did on the BBC as it was really only spread through friends and at the local computer club, which at that time around the mid 80's was basically a room full of geeks copying software for 3 hours once a month. The other systems like the C64 and Atari 8 bit machines apparently had more of a scene with hack groups and intros but as I came to the ST from the BBC I'd really seen very little of that stuff.

The very first "crack" I ever saw was published in one of the Acorn computer magazines (Acorn User or Micro User), a few lines of machine code that disabled the copy protection on the BBC tape version of Elite. I was totally fascinated by the idea of understanding a computer so intimately that you could do something like that with just a few lines of code. It would be a while before I understood how it worked (it toggled the end of file flag on each data block via an interrupt), but it surely started my interest in "cracking".

By about '86 or so I'd done a fair bit of hacking on the BBC myself (mostly tape to disk hacks, trainers and menus) and was more interested in that side of things than the games themselves. To the point where I'd come home with a new game and load up the disassembler to check out the game boot code and look for any encryption or protection before even loading the game properly for the first time. It was the same on the ST later, where cracking the protection was usually more challenging and fun than playing the game. Effectively that was the "game" contained on that disk for me.

When I got the ST I really wasn't thinking much about hacking at all, the software I had then was just copies of unprotected stuff, or maybe the few games that could be copied with ACopy or Pro-Copy, but I still hadn't seen any cracked games with intros at that point.

Around that time in late '88 I got talking to another guy with an ST from one of the other computer classes at college and he gave me some disks that changed my entire life with the ST. The main 2 disks were LSD/Was (Not was) menu 25 with IK+ and Pacmania and the Was (Not was) single disk crack of Giana Sisters where his loader and text file explained in detail all about the protection and how he had a laugh over a few beers while cracking it. The 68000 source code file for the crack loader was also on the disk. I'd never seen anything like that stuff before and thought it was just the coolest thing I'd ever seen.

For a nerdy, rebellious kid who was into all the 80's underground hardcore/punk music (bands like Bad Religion, DRI, Suicidal Tendencies and Agnostic Front) but had no musical (or social) skills, I guess this underground hacking scene was the next best thing to being in a punk rock band. Hell, I even got "Medway Boys", "Cynix" and Atari logo tattoos, haha. :) From the moment I saw that Giana Sisters crack I wanted nothing more than to be part of that scene and see if I had the skills to match what those guys were doing.


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