NCryptcellular is a fully owned & operated Australian Business in Sydney. Specialist Provider of Secure Smartphone solutions for businesses & governments.Ncryptcellular shared Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF)'s post.Dec 14, 2017 @ 7:10amNcryptcellular shared Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF)'s post.Dec 13, 2017 @ 7:30amNcryptcellularDec 12, 2017 @ 2:34pmPaul Murchie where's the SkippyLand ??? NO WHERE, THAT'S WHERE -> the Back-Of-Butt-F*ck doesn't participate in Information ... except for destroying it !Ncryptcellular shared Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF)'s post.Dec 12, 2017 @ 2:21pmNcryptcellularDec 12, 2017 @ 9:46amNcryptcellular Contact NCryptcellular if you would like further information or a free trial of the SaltDNA systemNcryptcellularDec 12, 2017 @ 8:50amPaul Murchie "This certificate cannot be verified up to a trusted certification authority"Ncryptcellular shared a link.Dec 11, 2017 @ 6:30pmMark Thomson But its okay for the politicians to have off shore accounts and businesses, and send Our tax and private information to India, and take away the security for our information, take away australian jobs, so that they can get away with tax fraud. And many other big companies do not pay tax, while the big banks help them. After they took the ATO jobs away, then spent millions on upgrading securityStephen Northam The government is scared of us all hearing their dirty little secrets and the truthPaul Murchie a message from the REAL CONSTITUTION OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF QUEENSLAND ! -> THE CRIMINAL CODE ACT, 1899 An Act to Establish a Code of Criminal Law THE CRIMINAL CODE OF QUEENSLAND (Royal Assent 28 November, 1899; Enactment 01 January 1900; Last Amended, 1984) CHAPTER VII—SEDITION 45. Innocent Intentions It is lawful for any person — (a) To endeavour in good faith to show that the Sovereign has been mistaken in any of Her counsels; (b) To point out in good faith errors or defects in the government or Constitution of the United Kingdom or of Queensland as by law established, or in legislation, or in the administration of justice, with a view to the reformation of such errors or defects; (c) To excite in good faith Her Majesty's subjects to attempt to procure by lawful means the alteration of any matter in the State as by law established; or (d) To point out in good faith in order to their removal any matters which are producing or have a tendency to produce feelings of ill-will and enmity between different classes of Her Majesty's subjects.NcryptcellularDec 11, 2017 @ 3:20pmNcryptcellular Contact NCryptcellular if you would like further information or a free trial of the SaltDNA systemNcryptcellular shared a link.Dec 11, 2017 @ 7:13amBarry M HyderPaul Murchie SK*NEWS ? heheheARGH ! it probably did it to itself !NcryptcellularDec 10, 2017 @ 8:06pmPaul Murchie OH, NO ! IT MUST HAVE BEEN THOSE VLADS, AGAIN !Ncryptcellular shared Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF)'s post.Dec 10, 2017 @ 7:23pmNcryptcellular shared a link.Dec 9, 2017 @ 1:27pmNick Heywood Thanks for that oneAaron Breen For 99% of people Telegram is fine and offers more features then Signal. If you really need security, eg a nation that restricts free speech and you could be killed for it, then yes, use Signal.Aaron Bennett I asked for an info pack a month or so ago and am still as yet to receive it, any chance I could get said pack?Dean Coleman Chris GroatJamie Apps Sarah DorsettEthan Hopkins Karen LoveAndrew Muzo They own us already long time ago.NcryptcellularDec 8, 2017 @ 1:55pmNcryptcellular Contact NCryptcellular for a free trial of the SaltDNA system.Ncryptcellular shared a link.Dec 7, 2017 @ 9:06amNick Heywood "Enigma"?!? I see what'ya did there! =D =D =DNcryptcellularDec 6, 2017 @ 6:44amJustin Turner Well duh. They have been doing it for years without permission 😐NcryptcellularDec 4, 2017 @ 2:20pmDoug Ritchie Wow,I won't be moving in this life timeDominic Bruce Yeah building vulnerabilities into technology should turn out juuuust fiiiine.Bruce Henderson Some things change, some Stasi the same...Christian Alejandro Marino Backdoors to cars hahahah. I mean that's a good idea, what could go wrong.Nick Heywood During communism 1/3 of the population was spying on the rest. Now? 2/3 😊😉😎Nick Heywood And when the nsa/mosad/dprk leaks it? What then?Nick Heywood Not to mention the assassin industry just got a whole lot geekier 😊Mike Bradshaw Don't think only Germany people. Likely like a Samsung TV it will just be incorporated into every new car and we will never know about it. Hey on the positive dude it will save the FBI a fortune in attaching devices and time applying for a warrant :/Chaim Lee NOMike Bradshaw Problem is this. Apart from the obviouse GPS tracking. There will be conversation recording. And even the ability to stop, detour or blow up the car even.Tim Ellis Because Germans have proven to not get all dictator like in the past...Ethan Klingner Tea MarkovaNcryptcellular shared Wikileaks's post.Dec 3, 2017 @ 3:49pmDaniel Asher Power down before arrival, batteries out, put in a metal box if you're going to discuss anything that hurt some rich guy's wallet who's got government connections. That goes for dissent towards Big Oil, Big Banks, Big Arms Manufacturing, etc. And remember: Apple's the company with the patent on shutting down all user-facing function in their devices in a tight geographical space, which was used against protesters in San Francisco who had something to say about the killing of Oscar Grant. This isn't theory, it's already happened.Sheryl Gay It is true that Google can still track your whereabouts even when your 'location' is turned off , and they do. Who knows if they are selling this information to governments to root out dissidents. There was an article on the radio program from Canada 'Spark' just Friday night about this. Google say they will be turning this off by the end of the year, 'but will they'?Andres Barcelo I feel like wikileaks is trying to sponsor any uprising or revolution it can to incite unrest in the world.Jessie Maskell 9/11 happens overall surveillance increased the government is watching you.... Neck Minute it was RUSSIA ALL ALONG AUSTIN IT WAS RUSSIA ALL ALONG AUSTINRichard Knight I'm a fan of Wikileaks - even have the T-shirt - but this is plain stupid. Does nothing to enhamce the credibility.Adelchi Pelizzo ... of course, no surprises, mr Rajoy gang made already clear their intentions. Politicians are like dogs on a bone, they won't let go of their power in favor of other people.Never.Robert Landry I've been in the lobby of a defense contractor ( famous for someone in exile ) and this is normal for a big meeting or such. The receptionist usually babysits them.James Kirkcaldy Still, by having those phones within the vicinity of each other a tally can still be put in a case by affiliation matrix in terms of generating an n*n matrix for your good old social network graphs. And as for 'dropping them eves' unless they are meeting in a Faraday cage in some sealed room with no windows etc., its not like the content of what is said at these meetings is going to remain unknown to those State actors ('cause its likely the 5eye lot will be on the case too).Amirul Amir Still can hack in that state. The correct way is to remove the batteries and foil up with aluminium coil.Steve Schmidt So what happens when someone like mystery girl or photographer hacks their personal phone while it's out in the hallway?Nicholas Anderson When I was in the US military I never understood why there were rooms and other zones which cell phones weren't allowed inside. I thought it was because they were afraid we would record something... Then along came SnowdenFabian Castaño We know wikileaks was paid by the catalan indépentist to support their cause, Assange admitted it and the Spanish police found the money traces... Shame on wikileaks.Harry Tyrone Whorton Most of the comments are stupid cause that's exactly what they want you to emotionally handle that device that carries the work load of your life. You think your safe our you got a decent amount of hacking knowledge, but you don't!Robin Holmström Hey, Just hand out tinfoil and wrap them in that. 100% success. Dont bother with removing batteries and such, wont help you. Tinfoil WILL help you. just wrap it up and try calling that phone :P All those phones are still tracable to this exact location where they all are connected to the same antennas. So wrap em up BEFORE you head out from your house. Now "they" know you were all there at the same time.Juan de la Cruz Ecuador ambassy has requested to Assange the stop of attacks against Spain. Ecuador is our friend, please, be kind with your houser.Jim Talor Maybe, one day, everyone will learn to turn their phones off unless they want to call out. Privacy is more important that imaginary acceptance and fame.Robert A. Diaz I could be wrong, but when it comes to intelligence, governments regards themselves using it as "prudence" while they regard the people using it as "paranoia"? Perhaps it's really the other way around?John Kaufmann Proposed 25 September 1789 Ratified 15 December 1791 The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized. Bill of Rights Search and SeizureNate Labbe So what amounts to a third world country is more on point with safer security measures than Hillary Clinton.Bryan Meza just bring Wi-Fi signal jammers, wrap the phone in tin foil and store them in a very small cabinet or cupboard underground.Jason Watson Putting them in a chily bin would mean they'd be in a (fairly) soundproof & lightproof container. All that could be obtained was their location...Bev L S Riley Can they do that? Fcuk! What is the microphone reach on a phone anyway? Did the Snowden movie lie about the microwave thingy?Shane O'Connell Look around "big brother" thinks it is a god, "if you got nuthin to hide you got nuthin to fear" YEAH RIGHT""!!!John Hedlund Thanks for your support of Donald Chump. Good to know you're always willing to offer a hand to the greater of two evils.Efrain Hernandez Met a lady that claimed to work for apple on the facial recognition and said that the FBI has their hand in that.Ncryptcellular shared DuckDuckGo's post.Dec 3, 2017 @ 12:44amDimitri Joukoff Thanks for sharing! Wish I had been aware of this project when it was being developed.