In 1987 arose the concern of the U.S. government after Professor Adi Shamir of the Weizmann Institute, invented a smart card that can encrypt information. 36 years later, Edward Snordn reveals that the U.S. government paid the company RSA (founded by Adi Shamir. Shamir is the S in the name of the company but now no longer belonged to him and his colleagues) $ 10 million to leave the encryption is weak and the bug so they can break it whenever they want. http://gizmodo.com/nsa-paid-security-firm-10-million-bribe-to-keep-encryp-1487442397 -- Haim Barak To Serve and Protect Our Community In God We Trust Israel#: 5353... Email: haim357@xxxxxxxxx http://haim357.wordpress.com/ <http://haim357.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/banner.jpg> This e-mail is intended only for the named recipient(s) and may contain information that is privileged, confidential and/or exempt from disclosure under applicable law. No waiver of privilege, confidence or otherwise is intended by virtue of communication via the Internet. Any unauthorized use, dissemination or copying is strictly prohibited. Thank you.