MKFrost

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Best is just to assume that anything and everything is intercepted and act accordingly. Sleep much better that way.
 

Vice

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Best is just to assume that anything and everything is intercepted and act accordingly. Sleep much better that way.

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Network security can be one the most stressful jobs in ICT. I would hate to in the authorities' shoes right now. I wonder what is the meaning of the telcos' silence, and that of the gov? While security is much rather a private matter, it has ceased to be due to the abundance of recent attacks. The strength of the maleficent perpetrators is in the deafening silence of their victims. It gets better if victims speak out and collaborate to expose and push back against their violators.
 

Johnfpro

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Given the RSA governments close relationships with some other potentially "nasty" governments, are you surprised that our telecoms are intercepted?
 

Bern

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All the ISPs contacted are no doubt consulting with their legal counsel before they respond!
 

eCliPSe

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Network security can be one the most stressful jobs in ICT.
Claiming my monthly Jack Daniels cost on my tax returns Yeah and when you look after a public sector client it is even worse xD
 
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