We forgot to ask you a question about prime numbers.
We are indeed releasing a number primality check tool for which there is no actual size limit beyond the one we have imposed for material resource issues.
However, it is often mentioned the existence of ILLEGAL prime numbers and we do not quite understand the meaning of being able to define a number, which ever it may be, illegal.
However, given the nature of our tool which has no processing limit, we do not wish to have any problem with the authorities.
What is your opinion on the issue, do you think we expose ourselves to any risk by releasing such a tool?
Looking forward to hearing from you.
P.S. In attachment you will find a text file contains the 3 previous and the 3 next numbers following the first illegal known one that contains 1401 digits.