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Law enforcement backdoors open corporate networks to criminals

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    A panel of distinguished cryptographers says letting law enforcement have access to encrypted communications means more vulnerabilities for criminals to exploit and less secure corporate networks.

    Issued just a day before law enforcement officials are scheduled to ask Congress for backdoors into secure communications, the report says that even legitimate access to results in weaknesses that will eventually be discovered and used by actors with no legal need to decrypt it.


    Daniel Weitzner

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