Privacy Guru Locks Down VOIP
DaveHowe at gmx.co.uk
Wed Jul 27 08:55:10 PDT 2005
Eugen Leitl wrote:
> Privacy Guru Locks Down VOIP
> By Kim Zetter
> Story location: http://www.wired.com/news/technology/0,1282,68306,00.html
> 10:20 AM Jul. 26, 2005 PT
> First there was PGP e-mail. Then there was PGPfone for modems. Now Phil
> Zimmermann, creator of the wildly popular Pretty Good Privacy e-mail
> encryption program, is debuting his new project, which he hopes will do for
> internet phone calls what PGP did for e-mail.
erm, pgpfone worked over IP - it was one of the earliest VoIP packages I ever
encountered, and the very first that used encryption.
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