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VMs: Arguments against a code book?


Lately the list discussed the idea of the VM being a code a bit more vehemently
again. (Ie, every symbol group in the VM might represents a "token" which would
be looked up into dictionary wordlist.)

Before actually tackling the question how such a code could be broken, I
pondered:  Most of the theories about the encoding algorithms of the VM fall
flat quite quickly, because they don't match with the properties of the code
text. Are there any similar observations which rule out a code book from the start?

Thanks for pointers,


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