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> Time and time again, organizations with lots of money have decided to roll their own crypto to solve a problem they have. And it has almost inevitably failed.

Your last sentence is kind of hard to believe. I'm sure nobody ever even attempted to crack the vast majority of stuff that's encrypted out there.

I would consider a weak encryption, even if it's never attempted to be broken, to be a failure of a crypto system.

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