Be a bit more explicit of what we mean about shelf life risks

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- Encryption has a shelf life.
In general, secure ciphers from about 15 years ago aren't secure
today, so it's possible that chunks that are currently only
readable by intended recipients can eventually be read by anyone
who gets their hands on them.
This is due to changes in computing power and generally discovering
new attacks and weaknesses in algorithms over time.
It may be that sometime over the next hundred or so years that our
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