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    Ziplip no longer safe

    They have started to show the ** adresses with out going mails.

    Time to change to www.cyber-rights.net or www.hushmail.com

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    thanks for the heads up..i was about to get a email there..looks like I will go elsewhere.

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    What do you mean addresses? I and some Marine buddy's use ziplip for encrypted e-mail? still safe or no?

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    Yeah, that does suck. Ziplip was my was my mainstay. Go get a cyber-rights or hushmail account. Both are the same, and free as long as you check it every three weeks.

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    Bump. Good heads up

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    according to the Homeland Security Act the government can intercept any email from any system without warrant, so discretion is advised in all correspondence.

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    thanks for the heads up. I used ziplip a little but not anymore.

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    Originally posted by humpymuscle
    according to the Homeland Security Act the government can intercept any email from any system without warrant, so discretion is advised in all correspondence.
    Yes they can interceptANY email...BUT
    An encrypted email is just that...ENCRYPTED, and can not be decrypted without The key....

    So to the Feds..all your emails looklike are a bunch of giberish....

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    oh ye of little faith...
    only a few corporations are allowed to have encryption above a certain limit (used to be 128 bit encryption), like banks for example, because it takes the government longer to decrypt tighter encryption algorithms. however, they CAN if they WANT to, decrypt ANY message, it's only a matter of time. And with computers running 10X faster than gigahertz clockspeed, the time it takes is less and less as technology gets better. But don't worry, they really don't care about what pics you are sending to your buddies...

    I can point you to some fun little decryption programs if you would like to try it out yourself.

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    O NO the FEDS have seen all the dirty movies I send my buddies at work.... Hope they liked the one of the monkey drinking his own pee, cmon I know everyone has seen that one. hehe. Good heads up serious note.

    Pain

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    decrypting does not take a fast computer, a good algorythm is what is needed, add in frequency analysis, common headers or tailers ( dear, thanks, bros ) common words and the computer can figure half of it out just from that, a few more guesses and well the message is decrypted. The NAS has successfully broken codes in mere minutes that are much more complex then 128-bit BLOWFISH. Just my .02

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    I was going to get an email accout there good thing I didnt

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    Are they looking for specific words like " jihad, bomb, explosives, assasination" like when they monitor phones via a computer?

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    Sence cyber-right and hushmail were mentioned, has anyone tried mailvault.com or know anything about them?

    JohnnyB

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