Shenzhen senior created an unbreakable cryptographic technique
A 64 year old Shenzhen resident invented an encryption technique that was voted as one of the 10 best inventions at a competition sponsored by the Shenzhen and Hong Kong government. The technique was designed for anti-counterfeiting and information security areas.
The technique called the blue cryptographic technique was invented by a former engineer Deng Pingxiao, passed the examinations given by the patent department in China, United States, Japan and Europe. The technique is a combination of logic and chaos theory, that follows a different anti attack system than current techniques. Codes cannot be set and saved, so it does not require figures to be inputted therefore cannot be decoded. Codes set through programs can be decoded by any man, machine, or computer. Deng codes are not set by human or computers his codes are set by chaos theory making them more secure than any other codes.
The invention competition was conducted by several department in Shenzhen and Hong Kong that was aimed to encourage creativity among older scientists. Ten top projects were in the fields that includes new energy, medicine, mechanics and electronics.