MI5 makes public email alert system more secure

Tuesday, 16 January 2007, 12:27 AM EST

A system set up by MI5 to send email terror alerts to the public has been made more secure, according to Spyblog.

The online surveillance campaigners who monitor legislation from the Government said the email alert system announced on 9 January 2007 was initially insecure. The idea of the system was to let people sign up to receive email notifications of when M15 considered there were changes to threat levels.

At Computeractive.

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