In particular, I’m wondering if anyone on this subreddit can point me in the right direction when it comes to AES 512-bit encryption, it’s been 20 years since its predecessor was first conceived and my standards are high. The first reference to AES 512 I found was in a 2004 forum post, and to this day there’s still nothing that formally offers it, an equivalent, or anything measurably stronger. I’ve seen many people through dozens of forums and reddit posts insisting that 256-bit is enough for everyone’s needs. If I keep going on about this, I won’t change my mind. My opinion is that waiting for it to crack can only be disastrous. Frankly, I don’t think we’ll know if Quantum computing manages to crack it until it’s too late, why don’t we constantly innovate when it comes to superior encryption, why do we settle for what we have? Can we really accurately say with complete certainty that it absolutely cannot be broken during our lifetime? Are we really going to be so arrogant about it? To be clear, I’m not looking for an argument, or to be reminded that I’m crazy to even think I would need such a high level of encryption. I am only interested in companies, services, websites or software that currently offer this level and equivalence of encryption, even if they have not yet been fully vetted or officially recognized. I will settle for anything stronger than AES 256 bit. The purpose of this, if you must know, is that I want to encrypt “container” files containing simple but sensitive text and upload them to the cloud for safekeeping, and I want to make sure they are future-proof, much further than the current standard. Please give me something of constructive relevance to what I’m looking for, thank you.
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