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[Discuss] KeePassX

On Mon, Oct 07, 2013 at 02:43:08AM +0000, Edward Ned Harvey (blu) wrote:
> In other words, if you want 128 bits of security, use a 256 bit key.
> Uncrackable by an international superpower within a lifetime.

By brute force.  [Unless they get lucky, of course.]  Not so much if
the attacker knows how to factor the algorithm, or has influenced its
development to intentionally insert known weaknessess into it, etc..
That's the part you (I believe) keep overlooking.

Derek D. Martin   GPG Key ID: 0xDFBEAD02
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