The cobbler’s children have no shoes

It’s like a fat doctor telling you to go on a diet.

“Hacking Software Firm Hacked,” The Wall Street Journal, July 7, 2015 B1.  Records show that firm sold its software to customers in countries with restrictive regimes, perhaps in violation of law.  Software allows law enforcement to read encrypted emails.

If you’re in this business, should you expect such an attack.  It’s not like you’re Sony or the US government.

 

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