Wireless Office

Zbigniew Koziol softquake-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w at public.gmane.org
Mon Dec 29 22:35:46 UTC 2008

Scott Sullivan wrote:
> No office is trully safe when there is Van Eck phreaking [1].
> What it comes down to is what you consider a reasonable risk Vs. gain.

I do not trust all these encryption methods.

If transmission can be intercepted - no way that it is secure anymore.

Van Eck trick is a something. There are more. How about pointing 
infrared laser beam onto the window and listening all voice 
conversations and also keyboard keystrokes? ;)

I am sure that we are living at times that are like paradise for 
intelligence agencies from all over the world, because of our own 
ignorance (actually, we guess well which are the most active around).

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