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    https://arstechnica.com/information-...private-event/

    "Demo of crypto-cracking algorithm fails to convince experts."
    "Well, this is Sagemath on my Ultrabook (X1 Carbon 2017). I'm assuming the default implementation is single-threaded. So, '50 seconds' is exactly the expected performance on a 4-core laptop."
    "Bragging that you can factor a 256 bit RSA key in 2019 is like bragging about hacking an unpatched Windows 2000 box. Sure you did it, but nobody should care."
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    256 bits + 2019 = LOL

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