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But you sould always have the source to any encryption program you use, otherwise how do you know it isn't as much use as a chockolate tea pot. There are quite a few expensive closed source products, and for all you know "UltraMegaSecurity 5.0" might just be ROT13ing it. On the other hand it might also be running with the default option of -EmailMyKiddiePornCollectionToTheFBI

 is a RISC OS Userdruck on 23/5/06 10:10AM
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