If the NSA can break internet encryption, chances are so can someone else

Posted by rsmiller on Sep 6, 2013 3:29 PM EDT
CITEworld; By Ron Miller
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If the NSA has a backdoor, some other organization -- whether organized crime, a well-funded rival, or another country looking for an edge for its industry -- might have the ability as well. The flaw in building a way around any security protocol is that no matter how altruistic those reasons may be, once there is a flaw, anyone can exploit it.

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