[Cryptography] Should the demarcation point for a viable cryptographic attack really be more efficient than brute force?

Ryan Carboni 33389 at protonmail.com
Tue Jun 11 02:20:14 EDT 2019

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On Monday, June 10, 2019 8:12 PM, Jerry Leichter <leichter at lrw.com> wrote:

> It's really not clear where you are trying to go with this.
> -- Jerry

To explain differently, commonly people only know what other people say, or what Google Scholar lists as popular citations. To skip ahead to the conclusion, a frame of mind can prevent encountering the truth, and not examining something that could be viable under a similar but different model can have stark consequences, particularly since quantum computing versus classical computing can have different O(n) complexities.

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