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Good cop, bad donut: An RCMP cop just got busted

In a very lengthy article and a reminder of a podcast no more, The RCMP has taken down one of their own in a very clever idea of running with a secure phone to hide the activity of what he was doing while not doing police work. The article entitled Report: Encrypted Smartphone Takedown Outed Canadian Mole and it talks deeply about this ordeal where people would use this network to hide their activities. There is no such thing as a secure network where everything is hidden, at least as we know it. Someone built it, and it was taken down. This article talks about how investigators were able to infiltrate the network, decrypt the data, and start taking the network apart and arresting people. Give this article a read, I found it very facinating.

Headings include: ongoing investigation, Potentially Exposed: Classified Information, Phantom Secure CEO’s Arrest Triggered Probe, Police Seized Phantom Secure, and Seized: BlackBox ‘Cryptophone’ Service. This is really worth the read, I was quite facinated about the investigation the RCMP took to take one of their own down.

If you do read this article, do let me know what you think. Lots of great content coming this way.


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Good cop, bad donut: An RCMP cop just got busted was released on September 22, 2019 at 1:30 pm by tech in article commentary.
Last modified: September 22, 2019.


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