[Cryptography] How can you enter a 256-bit key in 12 decimal digits?

Steve Furlong demonfighter at gmail.com
Sun Jan 3 17:43:17 EST 2016

> If someone can get at your data by brute forcing a key in a 40-
> bit key space, why is it legal to call this 256-bit encryption?

Because no one has taken them to court for fraud and won or gotten a

Neca eos omnes. Deus suos agnoscet. -- Arnaud-Amaury, 1209
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