Printing Keys and using OCR.
bahamut at digital-signal.net
Fri May 18 21:09:24 CEST 2007
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Benjamin Donnachie wrote:
> David Shaw wrote:
>> For paper to last 100 years is not even vaguely impressive. Paper
>> regularly lasts many hundreds of years even under less than optimal
> All seems rather academic to me as I would expect the current encryption
> algorithms to be rendered useless by then.
Computing machines do have physical limits, though. Just because the
last few decades have shown an exponential growth in computing power
doesn't mean the next few will. Perhaps RSA and DSA/El-Gamal keys will
be breakable, maybe they won't.
Windows NT 5.1.2600 | Thunderbird 220.127.116.11 | Enigmail 0.95.0 | GPG 1.4.7
Key ID: 0x60A78FCB - available on major keyservers and upon request
Fingerprint: 4A84 CAE2 A0D3 2AEB 71F6 07FD F88E 0340 60A7 8FCB
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