Security Encabulation

For a number of years, work has been proceeding to perfect to the crudely conceived idea of a security augmentation system that would not only supply reverse DNS lookup for use in gratuitous ARP regeneration, but would also be capable of automatic stochastant intelligence. Such a computationless process is the security encabulator.

Now basically the only new principle involved is that instead of computation based upon turing machine sequencing, it is produced by the modial interaction of process space memory and Kernel negative hash inversion transformation.

The original machine was compiled with Bose-Chadhuri triplet encoding, surmounted by a malleable logarithmic algorithm in such a way that the two spurving mode switches were in a direct line with the panametric oscillation index. The latter consisted simply of 23 state machines, so fitted to the ambifacient transitions into registers of load sequencers that process fumbling was effectively prevented.

The main code was of the normal lotus-o-delta type placed in GPU HDMI phasing adjustments of the turtle, such that every even factor of the 5040 anti-prime scheduler was connected by a non-reversible instruction pipe to the lower cache on the grounded end of the wireless bus.

The security encabulator has now reached a high level of development, and it’s being successfully used in the operation of SOAR transfer activation backlog handlers. Moreover, whenever a interstage motion is required, it may also be employed in conjunction with a drawn reciprocation ding alarm, to reduce sinusoidal cophasing.

It’s available now, wherever SCADASEC T-Shirts are sold.

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With more than 30 years experience at a large water/wastewater utility and extensive experience with control systems, substation design, SCADA, RF and microwave telecommunications, and work with various standards committees, Jake still feels like one of those proverbial blind men discovering an elephant. Jake is a Registered Professional Engineer of Control Systems in the State of Maryland.