On Thu, May 09, 2002 at 04:10:45PM +0100, Anders Holm mentioned:
> "they had to hand over the algorithm to FBI" would in be meaning the
> algorithm for cracking the keys 'quickly'.. It'll still take them some nice
> time to do so, but once a key has been cracked, all messages/files belonging
> to that key can then effectively be decrypted.
But...there isn't such an algorithm...that anyone knows about.
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