Linked by Andrew Youll on Sat 1st Oct 2005 13:48 UTC
Privacy, Security, Encryption Hackers at a security conference failed to break into Via Technologies' StrongBox security application during a competition. The Taiwanese microprocessor vendor offered a $5000 (EUR 4157) prize to any hacker who could break into StrongBox, a secure virtual hard drive of up to 40GB designed to protect data from computer intruders. Announced on Tuesday, the application uses a combination of hardware-based SHA-1 and 256-bit AES encryption.
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quantum cryptology
by 2501 on Sat 1st Oct 2005 15:50 UTC
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do you think this is useless compare to quantum cryptology???? are we already using quantum cyptography???

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