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    PGP keys...no good??

    Read this article,

    RSA Cryptography

    It appears all of our PGP keys are't as secure as we once thought. I believe this is one of the first states that will pose a threat to RSA. Once we develope more efficient algorithms, or the mathies out there prove a couple of essential theorems....we can kiss sweet RSA goodbye
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    Ummm, which article. You linked us to a listing of about 100 different email archived messages...
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    couldn't find the article you were referring to but...

    HERE

    is a really (REALLY) good page on pgp, risks and implementation...(except for the lousy webpage background...)
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    sorry

    RSA Cryptography

    sorry about that
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    read about rsa purposely backing off at this as yet, unamed (;0) 3 letter agency request. It could have been tighter all along.
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