[cap-talk] TCP encryption
bklooste at gmail.com
Thu Jul 22 20:04:59 PDT 2010
Considering governments monitor internet traffic after anti terrorism laws
were introduced , it has some interesting implications. Either they need
some heavy duty decryption , they will need to change the legislation or
they will ban it ( similar to the DES 128 bit ban in the past) . Obviously
it's all senseless since anyone who has something to hide will hide it
pretty well .
Apart from SSL there are no standards and if ubiquitous it needs to run on
smart phones , ipads etc ..Which is quite different from a top of the line 8
Didn't IP6 have a encryption in the protocol ?
>On Thu, Jul 22, 2010 at 7:58 AM, Sandro Magi <naasking at higherlogics.com>
>in my dictatorship, i'd require it in everything by 2020.
>in this reality? i'm not holding my breath...
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