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Hard to Crack: The Government’s Encryption Conundrum
« on: August 16, 2013, 06:30:22 PM »
Imagine that you want to tell someone a secret. You put it in a message addressed to only that person. The message travels across a series of crowded public thoroughfares, where, at times, it will be out in the open, entirely visible. It can be intercepted, even duplicated, along the way, at various points, by different parties—unsavory people, government agents, or both.  
 
That’s essentially what happens any time data is sent across the Internet, particularly over open, public networks. So how do you keep your secret? With a code: when data is encrypted, it appears, to anyone without the key to decrypt it, as an unreadable tangle of bits. Though encryption sounds like an activity practiced solely by the utterly paranoid, it’s now extremely common: Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Twitter, banks, and online stores regularly encrypt data, both on their servers and in communications with their users, as does any technology company with a concern for information security.
 
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RHard to Crack: The Government’s Encryption Conundrum
« Reply #1 on: August 20, 2013, 05:50:45 PM »
Eso suele pasar muy a menudo,  y mas ahora con todo esto del los topos en internet, para estar totalmente protegidos sobre cualquier tipo de inseguridad es bueno contar con un sistema de seguridad bastante alto.  la verdad bastante dificiles de encontrar

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Re: Hard to Crack: The Government’s Encryption Conundrum
« Reply #2 on: August 29, 2013, 03:14:41 PM »
That tends to happen very often, and more now with this whole internet moles to be protected on any type of insecurity is good to have a fairly high security system. the truth quite difficult to find, but Swiftcoin has the solution, actual encryption and impossible to break.