Privacy guru locks down VoIP

Wednesday, 27 July 2005, 3:16 AM EST

irst there was PGP e-mail. Then there was PGPfone for modems. Now Phil Zimmermann, creator of the wildly popular Pretty Good Privacy e-mail encryption program, is debuting his new project, which he hopes will do for internet phone calls what PGP did for e-mail.

Zimmermann has developed a prototype program for encrypting voice-over IP which he will announce tomorrow during a presentation at the BlackHat security conference in Las Vegas.

By Kim Zetter at Wired.

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