[NetBehaviour] Artist creates the most secure file storage ever made.

marc garrett marc.garrett at furtherfield.org
Thu Feb 27 17:41:14 CET 2014


A new project by Dutch artist Jan Huijben is called secret.rar. It's a 
rather elaborate but, clearly, highly secure way to store a file.

Jan archived a file and encrypted it using a 64 character-long password. 
Another 64-char password was then used on the USB stick which it was 
copied to. A desktop PC would take 58 58 quinquatrigintillion years to 
crack it.

http://www.imperica.com/en/news/artist-creates-the-most-secure-file-storage-ever

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