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Espionage 3 / Re: Backdoor for Secret Agencies
« on: August 18, 2013, 09:38:26 AM »
Hello zsolt,

I was just wondering what we could expect in the next version. Furthermore I think you might want to redo your usability. I've been reading through the forums and most of the users, even intermediate ones, have problems using it.

Maybe you could re-introduce app-templates again, similar to version 2
Make it more accessible and quicker to encrypt apps


Espionage 3 / Re: Backdoor for Secret Agencies
« on: August 17, 2013, 10:12:07 AM »
Thank you very much for your quick response!  ;D

I'm glad to hear from you guys. One last question: when will you release the next update?

Espionage 3 / Backdoor for Secret Agencies
« on: August 16, 2013, 10:31:23 PM »
Hello everyone

I think my question will not be answered to a satisfactory degree. Nevertheless the NSA and other secret agencies have sparked through the public media recently. I've been always concerned about my data and secured docs.

Now, let me put it simply: do you have a backdoor in your software? This aint no softball question. Since you are a U.S based company, and I assume you are all American citizens living there, you are obliged to U.S laws. Thus you may provide the government either a direct or indirect access.

The whole concept of encryption with Espionage will be nullified, if the government is able or capable to simply use a switch, to have an insight into our encrypted folders. No decryption is required, just an easy path for agencies. This would make literally, absolute no sense in encrypting anything with your software.
As many people already noted, I am as well, very disappointed how Espionage scrapped the full application encryption like we got with E2. The transition, that's how I would call it ^^, was very fishy to me- speaking of Espionage V2 to V3. Even though your official statement might be valid, I still feel a bit unwell in my belly.

Officially key points have been revealed already. Everything that goes to the US is under direct surveillance. If that's not enough entire Emails and traffic of Non-Americans are also under the all seeing eye.
We all have it through: Google, Microsoft, Facebook and what not. All major U.S companies are subjected by LAW to either provide data or access. Lavabit's gone, because the founder did not want to kill the privacy of his users. He simply refused to cooperate and decided to better shut down the servers.

I wonder if there is any clue or piece of information to guarantee us transparency. Can you shed any light to this matter, please?

Thank you


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