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Non-US encryption is theoretical

2016-06-17 21:26:42.998634+00 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

How does John Brennan still have a job? Or is he just confident that because we're all using either Intel or AMD chips, the backdoors are in-place already?

Non-US encryption is 'theoretical,' claims CIA chief in backdoor debate

[ related topics: Heinlein Cryptography ]

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#Comment Re: Non-US encryption is theoretical made: 2016-06-18 10:35:55.319098+00 by: meuon

He's either completely clueless, or knows something we can only speculate on. Makes me think of the movie Sneakers: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0105435/ were a magic black box decrypted everything.

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