Originally Posted by ProDigit
Or, it's not going to be easily cracked by any home computer; BUT the gamingcomputer running 2 graphics cards in SLI,with Cuda installed.
The sheer amount of ignorance displayed in your post is staggering, to say the least. To bruteforce 128-bit AES encryption, you need to check 2^128 (340,282,366,920,938,463,463,374,607,431,768,211,4 56) different keys. If you had a computer that could check a BILLION BILLION ( 10^18 = 1000 000 000 000 000 000) keys a second
-- which is many many many
orders of magnitude beyond what anyone
can do, no matter how many computers or CUDA graphics cards they assemble -- it would still
take 10^13 years
to check all of them. This is one THOUSAND times longer than the age of the universe.
Even this is minute and laughably small if we talk about 256-bit AES.
Please don't speak about things you clearly have absolutely no idea about.