[linux-elitists] Re: Looking back ten years: Another Cypherpunks failure (fwd)

Eugene Leitl Eugene.Leitl@lrz.uni-muenchen.de
Sun Jan 27 12:22:57 PST 2002


Why is there no secure telephony package coming with debian? (i haven't
installed it yet, apologies is there is one which comes installed as
default)

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Sun, 27 Jan 2002 11:10:30 -0800
From: David Honig <dahonig@home.com>
To: Dr. Evil <drevil@sidereal.kz>, cypherpunks@lne.com
Subject: Re: Looking back ten years: Another Cypherpunks failure

At 05:55 AM 1/27/02 -0000, Dr. Evil wrote:
>
>GET #1 is voice encryption over phone lines.  Three years after

>So, is there any hope for having an open source OS ship with a...

Are there PGPfone/SpeakFreely/Nautilus -like programs for
the popular free OS OS'es?  Or are the audio i/f too system-dependent?

Including a SecLinuxPhone with standard distros would be a good
way to bootstrap the network-effect.  The growing number of
high-bandwidth connections would give more than enough bits
to do this.  Also, *nix users (often hobbyists) might often
know enough other *nix users so that the talktools might actually
be used.  (They can be as easy to use as an insecure IP phone.)




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