The Department of Home Affairs says it is creating documentation to clarify the intended operation of the encryption law which was passed in December 2018, claiming that companies are concerned about it because they do not have a clear idea of their obligations under the law.
The passage of the Australian encryption law has made it harder for journalists to communicate with their sources without jeopardising their confidentiality, American cryptography fellow Dr Riana Pfefferkorn has claimed in a submission to an inquiry into the law.
ASD-certified Protected cloud provider Vault claims the export of its technology has been affected by perceptions about the encryption law which was passed by the Australian Parliament on 6 December last year.
Yes they were busy implementing their hackable , interceptable high latency, packet dropping crap during the lockdowns. Which is no[…]
This was expected outcomes. Stealing the backhaul for utter exploitable hackable crap purely designed for handshaking interception and spying. Actual[…]
congestion free ? not noise free ! SCAM. More Krack exploits on the way for this snake oil. Ethernet works.
How high are the hills?Another publicity effort from the NBN diversion team?
I wonder how many drop-outs it gets?