jdbeyer at exit109.com
Fri Nov 4 17:48:47 CET 2005
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markus reichelt wrote (in part):
> Mainly, because I think that the guys with the small ... glasses
> ;-) at NSA can break public key crypto quite easily,
Could you give a basis for this assertion?
Is it because you think they have so much computer power at Ft. Meade that
they can use exhaustive search? Or do you think their mathematicians are so
much better than the general public (including math professors who
specialize in this stuff) that they have discovered a breakthrough in
factoring? Or because you believe they have gotten all manufacturers to
include trogan horses in their code?
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