jonfarmer at enta.net
Thu Aug 12 14:14:46 BST 2004
> Or just makes the NSA write harder to spot back doors
> :) That is if they aren't cracking pgp already, truth
> is, no-one really knows...
If we mention NSA enough do you reckon they might take an interest in
Truth is the NSA probably can crack PGP with their amount of computing
power in a reasonable time. As I understand it the main thing is to be
able to factor prime numbers and with the key sizes available these days
you need to throw some serious CPU's at that.
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