Wall Street Journal, June 25, 2019: Global Telecom Carriers Attacked by Suspected Chinese Hackers
Hackers believed to be backed by China’s government have infiltrated the cellular networks of at least
10 global carriers, swiping users’ whereabouts, text-messaging records and call logs.
Late June, early July 2019 -- Links will emerge below from time to time.
Is absolute privacy possible?
We think "Yes." Here is our small contribution, maybe meaningless, but just maybe perhaps possibly significant.
Is absolute privacy desirable?
Would absolute privacy be a good thing? That's a huge subject.
Who should care?
- Citizens of totalitarian regimes
- Cybersecurity and national security personnel
- Government departments suffering cyber thefts / cyber invasions
- Businesses with proprietary information
- People who are fed up with constant invasions of their privacy
- People who care about the dignity of the human person
- A potential collaborator
- Mark Zuckerberg
- Xi Jinping
- The Supreme Court of the United States of America
An outrageous claim
When MarpX Extreme Encryption is used according to best practices, its "high entropy plus computational infeasibility means that all the computing power in the world harnessed together would not break one file or message within the lifetime of the universe."
What you can do about it
- Ignore it.
- Insist on conformity to AES (Advanced Encryption Standard).
- Get freebie MarpX Good Privacy, try it.
- Get the stronger MarpX Better Privacy -- temporarily free -- try it.
- Try out Extreme Encryption $45.
- Invest a dime a person a day in real privacy (U.S. only).
- Learn more.
- Become a "raving fan".
- Collaborate with us.