posted on Oct, 7 2013 @ 12:43 AM
reply to post by Snarl
reply to post by seabag
Here's the tell. I used to work for a special patent review office. NO secure methods of communication got through ... I mean ZERO. So, if there
is a patent associated with whatever, take it from me, it is NOT secure.
That doesn't appear to be true in the US. Nokia patent US 6023689 A
Did McAfee say that his solution was patented? I don't recall.
You want secure COMMS, build it yourself or buy it from another country.
That's the perfect answer. If you really want a secure system, get the open source products and compile the source from scratch. When you download
it, you can verify a trusted chain-of-custody. By using the hash verification codes, you've got a trusted path all the way back to the official
vetters of the product code .
Of course, trust is earned
, it is not given away.