Paul Hoffman wrote:
You are under the wrong impression, unless you are reading vastly different 
crypto literature than the rest of us are. RSA-1024 *might* be possible to 
break in public at some point in the next decade, and RSA-2048 is a few orders 
of magnitude harder than that.

Just out of curiosity, assuming the optimal use of today's best of breed 
factoring algorithms - will there be enough energy in our solar system to 
factorize a 2048-bit RSA integer?

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