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An Austrian government official has noted is it “no problem for them to listen in on Skype conversations” according to a news report. Does this mean Skype’s telephony services can be bugged by government officials, despite Skype’s apparent denials this is possible or is occurring?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Friday, 11 July 2008 05:33

Spook-proof encryption: yours for $US39?

Permanent Privacy has produced software to encrypt emails and files which it claims cannot be broken, even by the likes of the CIA with its banks of supercomputers: and it is backing its claim with a $US1m challenge.

Published in Home Tech
BCU, one of Australia’s biggest regional credit unions, has signed a deal with TrustDefender to offer its transaction security software free of charge to all BCU members in what is an “Australian first” for the banking industry.

Published in Fuzzy Logic



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