NSA Overcomes Fiber-Optic and Encryption

Anonymous nobody at cryptofortress.com
Tue Aug 10 03:02:35 PDT 2004

I can see fatherland securitat goons raiding a certain restaurant at
Stanford next weekend ... assume all keys are compromised due to RH attack.

>The NSA has also found a silver lining to the use of encrypted e-mail: 
>Even if a particular message cannot be read, the very use of encryption 
>can flag it for NSA's attention. By tracking the relatively few Internet 
>users in a certain country or region who take such security measures, NSA 
>analysts might be able to sketch a picture of a terrorist network.   
>And cell phones - as handy for terrorist plotters as for everyone else - 
>provide not just an eavesdropping target but also a way to physically 
>track the user.

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