John W. Moore III
johnmoore3rd at joimail.com
Fri Nov 4 17:58:14 CET 2005
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Jean-David Beyer wrote:
> 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?
Perhaps he believes TRANSLTR actually exists.
Timestamp: Friday 04 Nov 2005, 11:57 AM --500 (Eastern Standard Time)
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