Re: [Nolug] anyone messed with redphone?

From: Me <>
Date: Sun, 16 Jun 2013 15:48:19 -0700 (PDT)
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I say the same thing. Unless you encrypt all your traffic, the encrypted terrific becomes the target.

Another good incentive to have lots of friends or friends with lots of friends. In addition to an interesting feed (you can still silence whoever you want), you get to annoy the nsa since they not only look at friends, but friends of friends. Its easy to get them lost coming through several hundred thousand people's feeds.

And that is easier with friends in different circles and cities.

But alas, I haven't had a chance to check out red phone yet. I know both parties need it, and not sure if it uses a secure encryption end to end or if there is some back door or server somewhere that can hijack the route. Even an end to end connection can be compromised if the method is not secure, or the phone book gives you a false endpoint that connects to a real endpoint. (All hackable) even if the server is abroad. Heck we broke into Iran's nuclear plants.

Or as Jimmy says. A software bug in the phone that can listen whenever they tell it to. (Directly from one of the mic's I know I downloaded software that gave me 4 options. A,b,c, d. I think it was mic 1, mic 2, earpiece/speaker, softwarehook for the line itself.

My Android would not do most options (invasion of privacy on my own phone) but I could root it or use the government's back door... there so google doesn't get counted as a monopoly/unfair business-invasion of privacy practices.

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