Mac Developer: Researchers poke hole in custom crypto built for Amazon Web Services | Ars Technica
Researchers poke hole in custom crypto built for Amazon Web Services | Ars Technica Underscoring just how hard it is to design secure cryptographic software, academic researchers recently uncovered a potentially serious weakness in an early version of the code library protecting Amazon Web Services.
Might be a little paranoid. Although the NSA already cracked it. And if quantum computing is here, your 2048-bit RSA is tasty morsel for that 3 letter agency.
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