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Started by DJ Omnimaga, August 31, 2016, 05:41:04 am
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Quote from: E37 on October 11, 2016, 09:57:22 pmOut of curiosity, how long would it take an average computer to factor the key? 10 years?
Quote[...]we estimated the age of the Universe to be 13,751,783,021 years or a little over 13.75 billion years*, therefore if you tried to break a DigiCert 2048-bit SSL certificate using a standard modern desktop computer, and you started at the beginning of time, you would have expended 13 billion years of processing by the time you got back to today, and you would still have to repeat that entire process 468,481 times one after the other into our far far distant future before there was a good probability of breaking the certificate. In fact the Universe itself would grow dark before you even got close.
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