Re: crypto sms
From: \ (jonez_at_norcom.ca)
Date: Thu, 23 Jun 2005 11:13:49 -0600
Joseph Ashwood wrote:
> <Crypto@S.M.S> wrote in message
> > Obviously you were searching for CryptoSMS by name, given that
> > you found other references. It wasn't named by the French police,
> > but they did remove from the systems prior to return. It was
> > definitely reported in the French news, but probably not in the
> > internationals because the charges were dropped, the people involved
> > were released, and the equipment returned. Why don't you search for
> > people who were prosecuted in France for having PGP keyrings? Those
> > were the cases that actually had some charges filed.
> So your entire claim is that we can't verify it, but trust you it
> worked. Just like you expect everyone to trust you about the
> cryptography involved, and trust you that it's good. When the entire
> evidence is that it is not good.
> > Can find no site called talkaboutdrugs.com, as neither
> > http://talkaboutdrugs.com nor http://www.talkaboutdrugs.com
> > is responding.
> You're right I mistyped it, the exact URL that comes up on Yahoo is
> the returns from Google did not include it.
> > Meanwhile, if you still feel you have something to prove, why
> > not respond to the poster who keeps writing "Put up or Shut up"?
> > After all, the proof of the pudding is in the eating, or is it?
> Such challenges are never answered, simply as a matter of course,
> that is because there is no point to them. If you really want me to
> seriously break your system you will get the same result at my usual
> fee. You will find this policy in many around here. Even with that we
> won't break your messages though, there really is no point.
> Cryptography does not happen the way you think it does, it never has,
> it never will. Joe
Because the Joe the Magnificent decrees it so ...! LOL!