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Re: RE: MS in information security
From: harashid () yahoo com
Date: 7 Feb 2006 05:51:24 -0000

Hi all,
I'm studying MITS (Master of Information Technology Security). I think Classical Cryptography doesn't guarantee any 
security for ever. The complexities of Mathematic just hide Information from public and fool hackers, but the talent 
hackers (notorious hacker) can get the Information by decrypting the code. The size of public key may delay the 
cryptanalysis only. Today's 2048 bit RSA key will be easily broken in near future with quantum computers.
Harun.
MITS Student.

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