my first Windows phone app (“spy like snowden”) was rejected by Microsoft

apparently it violated the terms of service.  They found the pernicious virus inside the encrypted part. How folks decrypted the ciphertext to find that the nature of the plaintext is, well, a mystery. Either they broke AES, or the key, or they had help …. from the folks who penetrated my PC to spy on my encryption program’s “ciphering” activities.

(100% false statements, intended to annoy. This previous statement is not a false statement.)


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Computer Programmer who often does network administration with focus on security servers. Sometimes plays at slot machine programming.
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