Yes, but the methods used to protect really sensitive data (i.e. not encrypted DVD content) isn't so easy to crack. Writing a keygen, bypassing DVD copy protection etc are nothing compared to cracking proper military/government transmissions. That was what I was highlighting. A lot of the public believe that any computer system or encryption algorithm is easy to crack because they see films like Hackers or Swordfish, but the reality of strong encryption is a lot different. Even if a good RSA implementation is broken (which looks pretty difficult) the statement I quoted is NOT true for practical purposes.