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Transiting Handshake

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Submitted on: 7/26/2017 7:20:04 PM
By: Nicholas Forystek  
Level: Advanced
User Rating: Unrated
Compatibility: VB 6.0
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     Transiting handshake is a theory (or realistic cryptography some what like hashing) that uses timing to simulate a invisible handshake (GUID timing). The theory is that two systems have their own independent object of such that may use a time or hard coded starting confession to the other and when coupled with a network transport layer hand shake their continued seeding conduct with respect to interaction also follow the invisible interference to improve security and make impersonation between timing implausible in a security defense. Success rate is showing to be about 95% to 100%, system performance does make a large impedance at variance of unpredictable. I have not made this a ActiveX object or externally available as a class object such as one might with a DLL or COM. I would suggest MTS for location abilities of components should I myself further use of it. (I was on a tangent).
 
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