Strong cryptographic methods withstand attacks with decryption attempts. The effort required to decrypt a message would be too high (at least in the foreseeable future) with the computers currently available (see also: weak cryptography). Cryptographic methods are subject to a certain “aging process” and can therefore become insecure – for example, due to the continuous increase in computing power and advances in cryptology.
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