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Re: How T-Mobil's network was compromised
From: Ill will <xillwillx () gmail com>
Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2005 17:27:12 -0500

just like just about every other webserver gets hacked, they use third
party server software that hasnt gone through enough rigorous testing
to make sure its not vulnerable to any flaws.. simple search on google
will give you the answer


On Thu, 17 Feb 2005 16:12:07 -0500, Dave Ockwell-Jenner
<doj () solar-nexus com> wrote:
gf gf wrote:

PS Doesn't the secret service use a classification
system, like the mil, that would prevent sending
highyl sensitive emails in the clear?  From what I've
read, the guy compromised highly sensitive reports and
documentation.  Does any mobile carrier support PGP or
some other end-to-end encryption on their devices?
Yeeeeshh...


T-Mobile offers the BlackBerry devices, which provide such encryption as
to be deemed useable by US Government Agencies.

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