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Are RSA 2048, ECDSA, and the SHA uncrackable in the sense that AES-256 is uncrackable?

The answer http://security.stackexchange.com/a/25392 has seemingly shown that AES-256 will not be directly cracked for at least the next 200 years (unless we manage to harvest the energy output of ...
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Was DSA invented from RSA?

I'm wondering if the two algorithms are similar and whether DSA was really just based off RSA? Is DSA based on RSA and public key encryption? If so how does DSA introduce signing and makes it ...