Encryption which we depend on two prime numbers. It is as simple as as multiplying these two primes together to create a number that is on divisble by itself, one and those two prime numbers. It seems simple right? Not so fast there ladies and gentlemen. There numbers are then put into a computer algorithm to encrypt a message, file, banking information and so on. These two numbers are the only way to decrypt that information.

A prime number of the length of 5 digits (40-bit) gives 1.1 TRILLION possible outcomes WOW :) But with advanced computers today that is still relatively easy to solve. 7 Digits (56-bit) 72 Quadrillion possiblities. 16 digits (128-bit) has 340,282,366,920,938,463,463,374,607,431,768,211,456 possible results.

Most banking information is encrypted with the 128-bit.

Does anyone have other interesting facts about this?