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Soliloquy Attacks

Arrangements of small shapes clustered into interactive groups, like multidimensional vectors in space.

Soliloquy was a cryptography scheme invented in 2007 by Great Britain’s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), a lattice-based algorithm, meaning that it uses multidimensional vector calculations to encrypt its data. Its researchers abandoned it in 2013, after discovering that it could be compromised by a quantum computer.

I'd like to think that these images represent information, hiding in plain sight, encrypted in unbreakable ways.

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