[OT] more from Cryptome on NSA, Windows firewals, mail services
kitsune.or at gmail.com
Fri Jan 4 00:56:51 UTC 2008
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Eugene Y. Vasserman wrote:
> Personally (and god help me), I believe Microsoft when they say the key
> is not a key back door key. If it was, I wonder if they would name it
> "NSA". Or is that what they want us to think? :)
If the key really had something to do with the U.S. NSA or another
equally cloak-and-dagger-type organization, believe me, they wouldn't be
dumb enough to call it "NSAKey."
They'd probably give it either a totally innocuous name, or something
that sounds warm and fuzzy...
Make it sound like they're gaining security from it. People seem to be
willing to sell their souls for "security"
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