[AusNOG] dark fibre encryption

Scott Weeks surfer at mauigateway.com
Wed Apr 8 04:01:06 EST 2020

--- dale.shaw+ausnog at gmail.com wrote:
From: Dale Shaw <dale.shaw+ausnog at gmail.com>

>> Australian, ASX listed company if that matters.
> And closely related to the military and gov't... :)

Tin foil hat: off
Crackpot mode: disabled
Backyard baked bean-filled bunker: non-existent

Well, I'm not sure what you're implying here, but having met the Senetas
folks at trade shows, and listened to their CTO (Julian Fay) talk crypto on
the Risky Business podcast, my only take-away is that they seem like a
bunch of friendly, down-to-Earth, super-cluey crypto nuts, with widely
used/well respected products.

I wasn't implying anything about the people.  I am sure they
are great folks.  For a company to sell their product to the 
gov't a company must meet the govt's specs or the gov't can't 
buy the product.  Then, while getting into crackpot mode by 
putting on my tin foil hat while eating my half-baked beans 
underground in the back yard, I recall reading a lot here 
about the Assistance and Access Bill, which is now law as far 
as I know.  I won't put anything here about that other than a 



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