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On 01/03/2018 05:10, ultred ragnusen wrote:
> Davoud<> wrote:
>> If you think that you are delusional. You haven't even got a very
>> shallow understanding of SIGINT collection and processing. Persons
>> outside the community know as much about SIGINT as they do about
>> neurosurgery. Less, potentially, as the entire body of knowledge on
>> neurosurgery is publicly available.
> Are you trying to say that all phones are safe then?
> Or that some consumer grade phones are safe?
> Or that none are safe?
> Get to the point.

No doubt you have read here .....

The point, I'm sure, is that *NO* 'phone is 'safe' from the eyes and 
ears of those who are tasked to monitor us.


David B.