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Now its time to put Social Engineering to the test!

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is there a legitimate reason to crack it in the first place?

if there is its a lot easier to....coerce it out of someone :D

Wonder if some one maliciously cracking the encryption changes the legal position of wikileaks. They did use the strongest encryption possible, and probably used an unguessable password, so, I wonder if they can argue that they never released the documents...

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Give me £1000000000 over a period of 50 years and I'll do my best, no promises.

You are indeed hilarious...

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