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Fujitsu Cracks Next-Gen Cryptography Standard

judgecorp (778838) writes | more than 2 years ago

Japan 0

judgecorp writes "Fujitsu and partners have cracked a cryptogram which used 278-digit (923 bit) pairing-based cryptography. The technology was proposed as a next-generation standard, but Fujitsu cracked it, at this level in just over 148 days using 21 personal computers."
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