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by Guru (88.1k points)
If Microsoft has been building backdoor access for security services to use even on encrypted data, how safe is your data then if bad guys discover those back doors?

Is this how zero day attacks started?

I was reading this:

http://thehackernews.com/2013/07/Edward-Snowden-Skype-nsa-Microsoft.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+TheHackersNews+(The+Hackers+News+-+Security+Blog)&_m=3n.009a.273.rj0ao03zvn.60v&m=1
by Expert (10.1k points)
Read that one and it just made me think that as long as you are not a threat to America and its allies you need not worry

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I am not entirely concerned been in zimbabwe but i did read a similar article that mentioned skype, sky drive, prism and outlook encryption.  For the details that i need secured for whatever reason I simply do not use a public system where i never read the terms and conditions.  I would much rather if i needed privacy rent a virtual private server in some country where there is no law that allows the breach of my privacy and install the services and the end to end encryption keys that i need to use.
by Guru (88.1k points)
True! The solution is high tech though.
by Expert (10.1k points)
Maybe that's what we get for using "free" services
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