On Sat, Sep 15, 2001 at 01:46:26AM +0100, Colm Mac Carthaigh mentioned:
> yeah, I'd be more worried about covert operations to install kestroke
> loggers and actual hardware intervention, network sniffing isnt
> too much of a worry.
>> It's currently pretty easy to encrypt securely, even from the NSA.
Don't be too sure. The NSA has the best minds, with almost infinite money
to throw at these problems. If there is a weakness in IDEA/RSA/Blowfish
etc. - they know about it. And don't have to tell anyone for fifty years.
Hell, they could even have quantum decryption by now.
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