NSA-engineered cybersecurity hole prompts RSA to drop network encryption standard

By Justin Kahn
Sep 20, 2013
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  1. The NSA is long suspected of engineering intentional security holes to a network standard algorithm some seven years ago that allowed it to circumvent encryption systems. Now, the US federal cybersecurity agency responsible for these types of standards wants the...

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  2. Darth Shiv

    Darth Shiv TS Evangelist Posts: 1,811   +472

    Great to see that action is being taken to protect people. If the NSA knows the exploits, how long until even more malicious people or organisations do?
  3. Who do you thing commissions the NSA to do what they do, the American Populace? We're their prey.
  4. Terrorist rejoice!

    Us stupid Western folk just tore down another of our defences. Our never ending guilt complex will let your backwards methods kill us all eventually, as we embrace the false panacea of equality and freedom for all thereby removing all barricades to annihilation of our society.

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