Attacks on encrypted communicxatiopn rising in Europe
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Wed Aug 24 16:04:03 CEST 2016
On Wed, Aug 24, 2016 at 09:17:19AM -0400, Robert J. Hansen wrote:
> > You can try - someone might have used a weak password, wrote it down
> > somewhere or made another mistake. Or can be pressured into telling it
> > (the famous $5 wrench comes to mind here).
> Wait, wait, wait.
> You're opposed to *any* kind of privacy circumvention... but you're okay
> with torture? You're seriously advocating "swing a wrench at this guy's
> knees and make him talk" as an alternative to any kind of circumvention
> of a privacy technology?
> Johan, your position is morally incoherent.
He is of course not advocating torture, he's merely listing possible
exploits, referencing to xkcd #538.
It's very difficult for me not to consider you a troll if you keep
using these cheap rhetorical tricks.
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