Our world relies on secure digital cryptography. Secure doesn’t mean unbreakable forever. No serious cryptographer will ever declare a cryptographic anything unbreakable. In fact, cryptographers always assume that every cryptographic algorithm will eventually be broken. The best pronouncement you can hope for from a crypto expert is that breaking it is “non-trivial,” meaning that no apparent, easy to accomplish attacks are known. All cryptographic algorithms fall over time, and this has been more true and consistent than the highly respected Moore’s Law, which drives computing evolution.