Comment: If you understand it so well,

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If you understand it so well,

If you understand it so well, brainiac, explain it instead of being offensive. Otherwise, you look just as foolish as the person who is supposedly wrong.

There is no way to transfer a private key that can't be broken. If it's by applying a public key to it, it takes a while to test all public keys against it, but it's millions of times quicker than brute force. If a private key is sent unencrypted, that's a gift to whoever is snooping. The only way I see of any encryption being safe is if you physically transport the key somewhere and no one intercepts it in between through theft. Even then you can't quote a 100% figure.

Please come join my forum if you're not a trendy and agree with my points of view.