Well, I was just about to call it day ... until I saw your POST.
Here's a BUNCH of Links ( for the most part ) that came out just TODAY.
1. This one talks about Compromised-Hardware that compromises encryption. I believe this effects the a Asymetrical type of Encryption. Examples
would be: SSL (Online Banking and Transactions) and VPN (private business connections):
Engineers Abandon Encryption Chips
Thanks for the laugh (despite the slight depression from the truth of it) I hope John Stewart keeps talking about these things a lot of young people
watch him, and probably get all there limited knowledge from him.
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