posted on Jul, 31 2010 @ 02:15 AM
Originally posted by muzzleflash
And no one can decrypt it?
Because you don't decrypt military encryption,
military encryption decrypts you!
Anything that can be encrypted by man, can be decrypted by man.
Short of it being a one-time-pad (doubtful), then it's just a matter of processing time
applied to the problem.
That being said, it might take a cluster of hundreds of computers years (something like 3 x 10^51st years!) to break it. Of course, they could also
get lucky and have the right combination hit early. With X amount of possibilities, it just a guess as to which of those X possibilities is the right
one. It could
be the first one tried! (but I wouldn't be the farm on it).
[edit on 2010-7-31 by EnhancedInterrogator]