Attacks on encrypted communicxatiopn rising in Europe

Wolf wolf at
Wed Aug 24 20:14:53 CEST 2016

On , Robert J. Hansen wrote:
> >> 3.  If no, then how should we permit privacy tools to be
> >>     circumvented?
> >
> > Do you honestly believe that this is really possible? That government
> > backdoor will stay available only to government and will not be
> > misused?
> I never said I believed backdoors were an appropriate way to circumvent
> privacy tools.  I think backdoors are a terrible and inappropriate way
> to do it.
> I completely agree that backdoors are a lousy idea.

Then I'm sorry, I've probably got you wrong. But I would be really
interested to know what is you proposed solution to this issue.

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