A $100,000 cash prize will be awarded by Bodacion Technologies to anyone who can crack the encryption system of the company's Hydra internet server.
Hydra's security system is based on biomorphic mathematics, a derivative of the Chaos Theory, used to model the random growth of living things.
Hydra uses a biomorphic algorithm to generate series of pattern-less numbers and each figure in a series is called a bodacion.
A bodacion is a character representation of a large number generated using mathematics to be difficult to guess. Because a series of bodacions is truly random, no two Hydra users will ever receive the same session ID, customer ID or order ID; nor will any hacker be able to discern a pattern and predict the next number.
Contestants in the challenge are issued 999 bodacions from a series of 1,000. To win the $100,000, the decoder must predict correctly the bodacion that would complete the series.
Brad Hessel, Bodacion's chief executive, said: "Our encryption system is uncrackable. We are so confident, we are giving any takers 100,000 reasons to try."
Entrants agree to the terms and conditions of the content, which include demonstrating the mathematical work used to solve the problem.
Challengers can register for the contest at www.Bodacion.com/BodacionChallenge.html
.The Hydra internet server is a software-hardware combination that includes content caching, content acceleration, and the ability to connect database and integrated dynamic web serving capabilities.
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