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Accusations fly over voice encryption hack
German encryption firm SecurStar has strenuously denied being behind an apparently independent test of voice encryption products that found many of its rivals could be hacked using a $100 phone-tapping program.
In a blog on the subject, Fabio Pietrosanti, founder and CTO of Swiss encryption startup Khamsa, alleges that a supposedly independent test of 15 encryption products was in fact a marketing exercise designed to publicise one of only three products to pass the hacking test, SecurStar's PhoneCrypt.
The tests by an anonymous researcher,
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