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- Peri Bathous
November 26, 2008, 11:11 pm
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Forget Drivecrypt... there's at the very least three open source,
time tested, free alternatives that aren't distributed by snake
oil peddlers with strong ties to known net scum like the "Evidence
Eliminator" spammers and Privacy.LIE criminals.
Hard to say. We don't KNOW of any such incident, but it's quite
possible DCPP even has some sort of "back door" coded right into it
so that anyone with the keys can hack right in no problem. Let
alone some flaw that someone discovered and hasn't released for
Anyone who knows anything about encryption software knows what a
sham these sorts of challenges really are. They prove nothing.
Smoke and mirrors designed to cover up the fact that you don't have
enough faith in your own product to subject it to critical, expert
Tell it to the people at JAP, suckers. That little incident both
highlighted the fact that encryption software absolutely CAN and IS
back doored in spite of any concerns about "reputation", and how
open source can be a viable tool against such attacks.
JAP was back doored by the **German** authorities.
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Thats correct, and Hushmail was backdoored by the Canadian
authorities at the request of the FBI.
But a HD encryption product is different from a proxy or Email
service, JAP and Hushmail both where backdoored to spy on a
SINGLE individual, if you backdoor a HD encryption product then
all users will be compromised regardless of who they are, this is not
admissible by any country standards, US,Germany or France.
It has been done in the past to intercept communications in mass, but
this remains illegal and no court will authorise this. This kind of
"intelligence" can not usually be used in court against you.