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Re: Attribute encryption and low entropy

From: <eric.e.cohen@us.pwcglobal.com>
Date: Thu, 18 Jan 2001 12:27:51 -0600
To: xml-encryption@w3.org
Message-id: <852569D8.006565AF.00@intlnamsmtp20.us.pw.com>


As our XBRL chief architect pointed out, HTML went through a transformation:

HTML 1.0
Address
Blockquote
XMP

HTML 4.0
Div class="address"
Div class="blockquote"
Div class="limit"
etc.

If someone thought that putting the basic information into an attribute value
made sense, wouldn't we assume that others (like XBRL) may choose to do the same
for their basic design, and how would that affect attribute encryption?

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