🔓What will happen before RSA-2048 encryption is widely considered broken?
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Would you count a deliberately placed backdoor (like the one put in a previous version at the request of the NSA + a $10 million dollar bribe) as "breaking" the encryption?

@Pykess nope , real breaking, as in all system using rsa will be compromised and have to upgrade/change

@strutheo A backdoor would absolutely compromise any and all systems using RSA

@Pykess if someone secretly installed a backdoor on every single system through RSA and nobody has noticed it, then sure (if i am understanding correctly)

@Pykess yeah idk then, guess we'll see

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