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To boost performance, the Infineon library constructs the keys' underlying prime numbers in a way that makes the keys prone to a process known as factorization, which exposes the secret numbers underpinning their security.
The factorization can be dramatically accelerated by spreading the load onto multiple computers.
Everything from credit-card transactions to text messaging is encrypted using an algorithm that relies on factorization, or reverse multiplication.
The authors note that a variety of other calculations, like factorization and matrix manipulations, can be performed using phase change memory arrays, meaning this isn't a one-trick pony.
To optimize speed, the library uses a structure of underlying prime numbers that makes the keys much more susceptible to a mathematical process known as factorization.
Even more importantly, mathematicians are constantly developing new algorithms that allow for easier factorization.
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