Summary: Windows GUI recommendation for USB disk

David SMITH dave.smith at
Fri Nov 3 17:07:34 CET 2006

On Fri, Nov 03, 2006 at 09:40:21AM -0600, Robert J. Hansen wrote:
> The threshold just to
> break AES128 is so immense that it may as well be a brick wall; the moment.

One Xbox360 runs more FLOPS than the world's fastest supercomputer of
little more than a decade ago (a fact that I still find incredible).

Of course, encryption is more about integer performance than FLOPS, but
I suspect that integer performance has scaled in the same orders of

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