Secrecy for Everyone, as Encryption Goes to Market
Source: New York Times - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Cryptography "As president of Zero-Knowledge Systems, which builds privacy software, Mr. Hill has spoken at conferences around North America, espousing the credo that a person's online movements are no one else's business. ... Many companies have also published the code that . . . "As president of Zero-Knowledge Systems, which builds privacy software, Mr. Hill has spoken at conferences around North America, espousing the credo that a person's online movements are no one else's business. ... Many companies have also published the code that lies behind their programs -- open-source code -- so that the programming can be reviewed by other technical experts. Among those that have open-source philosophies are Hush Communications, Zero-Knowledge, PrivacyX and Network Associates, which now owns the P.G.P. software."

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