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NSA-style agency could install 'trapdoors' in many cryptographic keys - study

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Knowledgeable, well-funded hackers can install indistinguishable backdoors in 1,024-bit cryptographic keys – widely-used among top HTTPS-protected websites – using a special technique that can eventually decrypt protected communications, researchers reported. Read Full Article at RT.com
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