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January 11, 2018, 06:10:09 AM
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Output image: https://imgur.com/2LsmLN8


Even NSA can't spy on you if you use this tool as the encryption mechanism for data. It can act as more than a data signature/integrity maintainer. You can implement this in many ways on any type of Server <---> Client transaction/exchange.

Asks you for 2 pieces of data, without the data, no one can replicate the resultant Hash it generates ever again. You can choose your own data pieces. Save them for recovery on a piece of paper if you're overly paranoid.

Source code:
https://github.com/PeruZee/PlanetFunderInitiative/blob/master/src/HashBuilder.java

Also needs a text file in the source folder with 1 line of TXID HASH as the Unique identifier. You call it TXIDListOne.txt if you don't want to change the source.

Here's the text file and what it looks like:
https://github.com/PeruZee/PlanetFunderInitiative/blob/master/src/TXIDListOne.txt

This is written in Java so you can run it with any Java compiler like NetBeans or Eclipse or so on.

That TXID can be known globally but your data still can't be cracked without the 2 pieces you chose/input.

You can also change the 2 identifiers to 3 or 4 or 5 or..so on to n degrees. The source comments I wrote shows how. This can have multi-dimensional layers of hiding your data.

Let them try to take taxes now. You choose your side, make it the people not the institutions. I will be happy then.


//For fun
The secret that makes it work:
https://github.com/PeruZee/PlanetFunderInitiative/blob/master/src/HashSecret.txt

//I will release the HashVerifier later but you can also use public verifiers like on MIT's.
http://blockchain.mit.edu/hash/

Enjoy~
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