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And lo-and-behold… I was right about the spies cracking SSL

Posted in: General by Richard Hearne on September 6, 2013
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So what does this mean about online trust?  Where governments go, you can be sure criminals will follow.  Next we'll be hearing all about backdoors built into the microchips that power computers…

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NSA and GCHQ unlock privacy and security on the internet
• NSA and GCHQ unlock encryption used to protect emails, banking and medical records • $250m-a-year US program works covertly with tech companies to insert weaknesses into products • Security experts say programs ‘undermine the fabric of the internet’

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  1. I think Google made that point well when they said that even though their encryption could be hacked, the path data would expire and therefore be redundant.

    I think we're realizing, like Enigma, that which is put together by man via machine code can be undone by man with more machines decoding it

    Comment by David Quaid — September 6, 2013 @ 8:16 am

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