BTW: At the company I work for, we already replaced SHA-2 with SHA-3 for security reasons. Better safe than sorry.
This is a misunderstanding of the purpose of SHA-3. It was not designed to be a "successor" to SHA-2, but an alternative. There is no evidence that SHA-2 is insecure, or even that SHA-3 is more secure than SHA-2. It was simply picked because, at its core, the design is fundamentally different from SHA-2 so it is unlikely that both will be broken at the same time. There is no reason to move from SHA-2 to SHA-3 at this point.
Yet, some vague rumor about what Trump is doing comes up, and all of a sudden it's "absolute proof".
Or you could listen to the 13 minutes of uncut audio where Trump invites club members to sit in on interviews for his cabinet picks. He refers to the members as "special people".
Being prosecuted for treason = execution.
No it doesn't. Do some googling before you make yourself look stupid next time.
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