Their "detailed description" is mathematical-sounding bullshit
and absolutely fraudulent claims. Their money is safe, though,
because their system is trivially unbreakable in the same way
a one-time pad is, because their method contains no key exchange
or distribution method; this has been known for centuries.
Any idiot can make an uncrackable cipher, and you don't need
the pile of algorithms these guys yammer on about--you just need
a plastic decoder ring and a safe way to exchange keys. It is
public key distribution where are the interesting stuff is.
These guys are con artists preying on the public's ignorance of
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