In my mind, declaring that an unfamiliar task will yield low-hanging fruit is almost always an admission that you have little insight about what you’re setting out to do. And any estimate of how much work it’ll take to do something you’ve never tried before is likely to be off by degrees of magnitude.
…t figuring out how people will get there. Start first with “How will people discover this feature?” Nailing the entry point tends to be harder and more important for the success for what you’re building than debating the finer points of how that feature will work when you manage to get people to find it.
… could say that from the moment Diffie and Hellman made their discovery, this was inevitable, since math cannot be censored, and the physics of security dictates that a system that allows a government backdoor simply can’t do its job of protecting information.