The NSA are in a lot of hot water now. Not only have we found out about the extent of their spying on the American public — including our World of Warcraft playing sessions — but now, more documents released by the famed whistleblower Edward Snowden show that RSA, the company responsible for the strongest encryption code on the market, signed a secret $10 million deal with the agency to leave a backdoor in its code open so they could access computers using it.
RSA’s encryption software, BSafe, is one of the most widely used forms of encryption on PCs. The company created the Dual Elliptic Curve Deterministic Random Bit Generator and embedded it into BSafe.
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