] RSA Security on Tuesday said that over three months of
] consistent effort helped a team of mathematicians from
] Europe and North America solve the company's latest
] encryption puzzle.
] The multinational team of eight experts used about 100
] workstations to crack the code that won them a $10,000
] The contestants' task was to determine the two prime
] numbers that have been used to generate eight "challenge"
] numbers, which are central to RSAs 576-bit encryption