The NSA doesn't need to bruteforce in every case they can in many cases get the creators of those security software if created in the US to build in backdoors.
The real problems are intended backdoors purposely left open by the developers.
Either because they were paid off or because they were forced to. In any case this is way more effective and time efficient than trying to actually break a code.
"There is a pervasive myth that making content hard will induce players to rise to the occasion. We find the opposite. " -- Ghostcrawler
"Almost every time I have gotten to know a critic personally, they keep up with the criticism but lose the venom." -- Ghostcrawler
"Nothing will ever be attempted if all possible objections must first be overcome." -- Samuel Johnson
Are you making it easy for them with C:\Downloads\Illegal Downloads...Mine's in C:\Downloads\Legal Downloads
When you see someone in a thread making the same canned responses over and over, click their name, click view forum posts, and see if they are a troll. Then don't feed them."Gamer" is not a bad word. I identify as a gamer. When calling out those who persecute and harass, the word you're looking for is "asshole." @_DonAdams