[TriLUG] easy encrypted VoIP? (wandering OT)
Brian.Henning at datadirect.com
Tue Jun 5 11:49:25 EDT 2007
PGP fone requires (at least, it did when I downloaded) providing your
e-mail address to the feds as an assertion that you're not going to
export the code. Has to be valid, because they send the download link
to the address you enter. Dunno if that sits well with you; it bothered
me (but I still did it.. Now I'm probably considered a terrorist since
I downloaded encrypted communication software...)
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Subject: Re: [TriLUG] easy encrypted VoIP?
I'm surprised no one has mentioned PGP fone.
Still technically VoIP, although not of the SIPish variety.
Magnus <magnus at trilug.org> writes:
>So with all of this unconstitutional wiretapping going on, I'm half
>tempted to route most of my phone calls over VoIP instead of the
>conventional phone networks. I'm wondering if end-to-end encryption is
>feasible yet (assuming VoIP at both ends of the connection).
sholton at mindspring.com
"Convenience causes blindness. Think about it."
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