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14

Listening In and Going Dark

Lecture no. 14 from the course: Thinking about Cybersecurity: From Cyber Crime to Cyber Warfare

Listening In and Going Dark

Taught by Professor Paul Rosenzweig | 34 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online Professional Development Courses

Learn how encryption and wiretapping work in cyberspace, and how both methods are becoming increasingly frustrating for law enforcement and national security officials. This “going dark” phenomenon, as you’ll find in this eye-opening discussion, brings benefits and causes problems—and the solutions seem to bring problems of their own.

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a********m
June 10, 2017

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f********m
September 7, 2016
Someone should update this lecture. TrueCrypt is no longer considered safe! These days, VeraCrypt is the recommended alternative to the old TrueCrypt project. Maybe some day VeraCrypt will be considered unsafe or will be found to have a back-door and my comment will be outdated, so if you're interested in the latest TrueCrypt alternative, do some research!

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t********m
September 19, 2015

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