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Microsoft Cofee brews 'back door' fears

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| The assurances came after reports claiming that Cofee could provide a 'back
| door' into Microsoft operating systems and applications.
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http://www.itnews.com.au/News/75780,...oor-fears.aspx

So, the shills got together to tell the public that it was a mistake to keep it
secret is that the back door is... well, not a back door. It's just a bunch of
scripts that give access to the holder of a key, i.e. it *IS* a back door.
What a bunch of nonsense. Another press orgy courtesy of Microsoft & Partner
Group.


Related:

Cryptome: NSA has access to Windows Mobile smartphones

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| First time in history Cryptome.org has released information about the
| characteristics of NSA’s network surveillance.
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http://blogs.securiteam.com/index.php/archives/1028


Dual_EC_DRBG Added to Windows Vista

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| Microsoft has added the random-number generator Dual_EC-DRBG to Windows
| Vista, as part of SP1. Yes, this is the same RNG that could have an NSA
| backdoor. *
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| It's not enabled by default, and my advice is to never enable it. Ever.
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http://www.schneier.com/blog/archive...c_drbg_ad.html
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