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Secure Telephone Communication?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by advio12, Jun 11, 2010.

  1. advio12

    advio12 Registered Member

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    I m not sure if this post is in the right place or not. I would like to know the most secure ways to talk over the phone, that are least likely to be hacked/tapped/eavesdropped on and are reasonably priced. Thanks
     
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    advio12 Registered Member

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    I looked at this and as far as I can tell, for it to be secure, both parties have to be using the software- and must be using VOIP. For right now I am looking for what is most secure of these 3 : regular POTS phone, cell phone or VOIP?
     
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    Erm as i know whatever you do, there is still a chance to get taped...
     
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    chocolatemonkey Junior Member

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    not to be rude but what the fuck are you doing that you need a secured phone line?
     
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    I can think of ALOT of really good and legal reasons.
    Do any of the following apply to you?
    1) My company has experienced Industrial Espionage
    2) I like my privacy
    3) Your wife or GF know how to electronically monitor your cell and home phone
    Echelon (signals intelligence) is just an (extreme) example of what is out there and capable of being done. The bad news about Encryption is that when Echelon detects encrypted/scrambled signals it tags those phones/devices as People of Interest.
    In highly competitive markets Commercial Intelligence is often employed by the big companies. This is not a conspiracy. Just look up Echelon. The nutters take it WAY too far.
    I on the other hand do not care if my conversations are listened in on. Being asked to pick up eggs on the way home is not interesting to anyone.
    But if this is you and you want to do something about it Click here right now!


    Hmm, I think I smell a niche here. If I could bottle fear I would be swimming in cash!