Cryptic Response: Obstacles to Cryptographic Code Exportation Lifting
Source: Linuxnews.com --   - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Cryptography Since Linux has always been Open Source software, freely available on the Internet to all comers, the encryption software necessary to its security has been both a blessing and a curse. At its best, encryption software protects the OS from . . . Since Linux has always been Open Source software, freely available on the Internet to all comers, the encryption software necessary to its security has been both a blessing and a curse. At its best, encryption software protects the OS from a variety of attacks and unwanted visitations. At its worst, encryption software shackles Linux, keeping the Open Source system from the true international Open Source freedom on which its philosophy is based.

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