Skip to comments.Have RIM, Nokia & Apple provided Indian Military with backdoor access to cellular comm?
Posted on 01/08/2012 6:57:42 AM PST by HangnJudge
In exchange for mobile presence in India, RIM, Nokia and Apple have allegedly provided backdoor access for the Indian intelligence to spy on communication.
On January 6th reports of Symantec (makers of Norton Anitvirus) being hacked surfaced. The group of hackers behind the attack were from India.
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I do not know our resident RIM and Nokia experts...
Carrier IQ, Echelon, Bluecoat, and Amesys
Yup, and used to gladness by our friends in Syria, Libya,
and a country near you.
I suspect a lot of people have died because of intercepted communications in these countries, perhaps Egypt,
perhaps Iran and Russia
Wasn’t +256 bit encryption restricted in the US for communication services because the NSA would have to invest in computational power of several orders higher magnitude, to be able to crack the encryption?
Yup, no text encryption software (on the iPhone) with better than AES 256-bit. Two examples of encrypting apps...
Text Encrypter is a unique encryption app that lets you encrypt and decrypt any text. It is designed to use AES 256-bit encryption algorithm with Base64 character encoding scheme.
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