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[Discuss] KeePassX

Jerry Feldman wrote:
> It may not be easier, but it would be more effective when monitoring
> specific people.

Yes, well, we all know how well the USA PATRIOT Act and Protect America 
Act have curtailed warrantless surveillance of the general population.

The most effective use of large-scale computing facilities is running 
them full bore all the time. Anything less than that is a waste of 
power, cooling, operators' salaries and the cost of the hardware itself. 
If the NSA has an RSA factoring supercomputer capable of factoring RSA 
keys in useful time then then the most effective use of that facility is 
factoring every RSA key the NSA scoops up.

Rich P.

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