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Is Gini’s Cryptography Vulnerable to Keyspace Collisions?

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No. A benefit of symmetric cryptographic hash functions like the BLAKE2 function used in all of Gini's hashing algorithms is that they are collision-resistant. Thus, no adversary would be able to exploit any keyspace collisions because the probability of finding a collision (i.e., finding two different random input values that result in the same hash) is much lower than finding a particular atom on the other side of the Universe.

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