Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by Winko, Oct 30, 2013.
Don't get me wrong, it is a good thing that this is open to the public but...
It seems more of a publicity move than anything else.
Just because a backdoor is not hidden in the crypto modules doesn't mean it isn't hidden somewhere else.
True it doesn't mean that there isn't backdoor's but this is the snowden effect in full detail. Companies either need to come clean or they will die.
Even before the Snowden leaks, I never understood why anyone would trust *ANY* proprietary encryption software.
BestCrypt looks to be a decent product, but I would never in a million years pay them money for something I can't even be sure is 100% secure.
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