Additionally the firewall will have to provide for wire-speed Secure Socket Layer (SSL) session inspection and filtering. This will obviously require the capability to decrypt an SSL session and then re-establish it once the packets have been inspected.
If this could be done would it not be likely that a stronger level of encryption would become standard and hence the problem re-occur.
A stonger level of encryption will be more secure and it should become the new standard and Nothing is 100% secure no matter what you do to it. someone will always try to find a way to get around it. if it is done right it will discourage and wear down most attackers but not the ones who have the fire and desire to get into it and find a flaw and use it to their advantage