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Secure Devices for Everyone

Lee Gomes02.12.09, 05:00 PM EST 
Forbes Magazine dated March 02, 2009

Once a message is properly scrambled, our sun would burn out before you could unscramble it.

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Some perquisites of the American presidency–Air Force One, say–are available only to the occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Many others, though, can be had by anyone, including a mobile phone that’s immune to snooping and spying.

President Obama is, like many of us, an e-mail addict, and press coverage of his new BlackBerry has tended to describe it as some sort of top-secret, supersecure device. In fact, owing to advances in both mathematics and computers, presidential-level security is now available on every desktop computer and can easily be added, for a price, to any mobile device as well.

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March 4, 2009 - Posted by | cellular phone, email, encryption, English, espionage, mobile, privacy, security, spy, tap, technology

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