Lempel-Ziv algorithm is used to compress the plaintext through a brute-force type of cryptanalysis. By simultaneously searching for and building the LZ dictionary, LZ patterns are created and converted into a form to be searched by the LZ decoder.
By the time the LZ decoder is done, a one-to-one mapping is determined for every key value in the LZ dictionary. At this point, one of the three options will be chosen and the mapping will be converted into a form that can be fed into a decoder for the chosen option.
Decoder’s are written for all the three keys: the De Bruijn string, the Tataru’s Concatenator, and the Levenshtein Distance. The Levenshtein Distance decoder is the one that is used by default.


-Converting Lempel-Ziv into a brute-force decoder
-Decoding with multiple keys using Levenshtein Distance decoder
-Brute-force decoder for Lempel-Ziv based on autocorrelation
-Scoring system based on the idea of effective distance between keys
-Geometric view of the LZ dictionary
-Finding the correct way of increasing the size of the dictionary
-Solution of every possible cases
-Success metrics
-Decoding in multiple languages
-Independent Database integration of every single alphabet into the LZ dictionary
-Lempel-Ziv dictionary can be expanded for almost any alphabet size
-Combination of several dictionaries
-Included graphic files
-Does not use any third-party libraries


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-Version History (Added in 2020-10-01)-

1.1.0 – 2020-07-01
-Added score to every solution (Added in 2020-06-01)-

1.0.0 – 2019-06-01
-Added score to every solution (Added in 2019-05-01)-

0.7.1 – 2017-12-02
-Fixed a bug in an import routine. (Added in 2017-08-03)- eea19f52d2


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Facebook is one of the most popular social media sites around the world today. Since it’s become so popular, the need to be able to access your account has become as important as before. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to do this.
Facebook desktop apps exist, as well as mobile apps, but you don’t always need to have a mobile app on your smartphone if you are just wanting to check your messages. Facebook has it’s own desktop app which gives you a much more user friendly version of Facebook, with features like filters and the ability to manage all your other social media accounts in one place.
If you’re already using Facebook on your smartphone, you can also get a desktop app for Facebook on any Windows OS, with many more features than the mobile apps.
If you are using Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows XP or Vista, you have the ability to manage your account directly from the desktop. The app, called ‘Facebook’, is available to download for free.
The method for getting the desktop app to work is different in each case, but follows a similar pattern.
Start with installing the application and clicking ‘Next’.
On the first screen, you will be asked if you wish to have Facebook chat or a Facebook calendar in your desktop Facebook. If you want the Facebook chat, you can always click ‘Next’ and proceed to setting up Facebook chat. If you want a Facebook calendar instead, you can click ‘Skip’ and continue with the installation.
Once the app is installed, click ‘Next’ and click ‘Connect’.
This will take you to the main window, which will show you all the messages you have received on Facebook. You can click ‘Select’ to select a particular message, or ‘Edit’ to select all the messages in the inbox at once. You can also click ‘Close’ to return to the main window of the app.
The second screen of the installation is where you can decide what kind of integration you’d like with your Facebook.