Mac Developer: Russian spies claim they can now collect crypto keys—but don’t say how | Ars Technica
Russian spies claim they can now collect crypto keys—but don’t say how | Ars Technica: "Russia's intelligence agency the FSB, successor to the KGB, has posted a notice on its website claiming that it now has the ability to collect crypto keys for Internet services that use encryption. This meets a two-week deadline given by Vladimir Putin to the FSB to develop such a capability. However, no details have been provided of how the FSB is able to do this."
Lots of clever ASM coders in Russia.
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