by Madison Ruppert, End The Lie:
A $10 million National Security Agency (NSA) contract was arranged with computer security giant RSA with the goal of creating a back door into widely used encryption products, according to an exclusive Reuters report.
This comes after the Obama administration’s advisory panel criticized the NSA’s practice of undermining encryption. Previously, it was reported that the NSA and British GCHQ crack encryption and “covertly influence” companies and that encryption standards were weakened under NSA influence.
It was already revealed that the NSA created and distributed a random number generation formula that was intentionally flawed in order to create a back door into common encryption products.
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