Aerospace giant European Aeronautic Defence and Space has introduced a "-proof" encryption technology that it claims will revolutionize Internet security and bring "cryptography into the 21st century."
"Just when a thinks he or she has broken the code, the code changes." (See related video.) The system is the first "Top Secret, Eyes Only" High Assurance Internet Protocol Encryptor (PDF) device in the U.K., according to the company.
How secure is it? Send your most excellent and sensitive Ectocryped data around the globe, and "all the computer technology in the world cannot break it," EADS sales manager Gordon Duncan boasted to the Telegraph.
Is this bad or good? I'd say anything's hackable, those are some bold statements...