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I, Chris Chiapusio, am Known Arms Trafficker #6038

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Although its primary purpose is not cryptography, Distributed.Net provides an opportunity for you to assist in brute-forcing certain algorithms. Cryptographic algorithms that are designed with a finite keyspace (albiet huge) are potential targets for Distributed.Net's network of distributed computing. Please visit them, and get cracking!

If you need crypto software, you can try Failing that, I have a local mirror of some of the software that US citizens can use.

Here are some links to learn more about cryptography:

A Letter from senator conrad to the washington post.

Snake Oil FAQ

Electonic Privacy Information Center

Commercial Excryption Export Controls