key length/size RSA discussion/recommendations in the wiki
Robert J. Hansen
rjh at sixdemonbag.org
Wed Oct 29 22:23:51 CET 2014
> More likely 128 was a typo for the more common older RSA key of 1028
Either-or. RSA-1024's dangerously close to being brute-forceable, too.
We've already brute-forced RSA-768 and we're closing in on RSA-890. I
haven't looked into how well the general number field sieve
parallelizes, but I wouldn't want to take bets on how long RSA-1024
could stand up to a massive Amazon Cloud instance.
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