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Intel Goes for Display Encryption

tech_imp Re:How to prevent eavesdropping? (440 comments)

Yeah ... the power need to do this is pretty impressive. If you get a chance to read Peter Wright's book _Spy_Catcher_ it has some pretty good info on how and what it takes to boost signals so you can tap them.

The Brits had a C-130 specialy modified to be able to boost the transmission signals for listening devices -- unfortunalty it played hell with comon things like the UK cabbies radios in the 60's - 70's.

more than 14 years ago

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