Certicom? [...] [Fwd: NSA Turns To Commercial Software For Encryption]

Michael Shields shields at msrl.com
Sun Oct 26 15:38:36 PST 2003


In message <0F077C88-07F8-11D8-B078-003065DAE704 at mithral.com>,
Adam L Beberg <beberg at mithral.com> wrote:
> Besides 4K-RSA + AES-256 + SHA-256 are all way way way stronger then
> my knuckles, which is of course the only brute force method the NSA
> uses.

Well, they can break your knuckles, but they can't break everyone's
knuckles, or even 1% of the world's knuckles.
-- 
Shields.



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