Overall, this sounds pretty good, but
- "You can view the source code to be sure there's no back door."
But you can't know whether the source code you viewed is what
they actually used. Nor whether there is the kind of back door
described in http://tinyurl.com/d7ow765
- Most of it sounds technically good, but the sentences about quantum
computing strike me as marketing hype more than technical reality.
- There's really no way for a guy like me to be sure the principals
aren't actually NSA or some other group of spooks. Or just a bunch
of scammers getting money from the paranoid.
That doesn't confirm that they are not private or insecure. Their claim
is that the encryption is done on your own machine. So whether NAPs are
secure is irrelevant. What's relevant is whether their encryption is
However, it does indirectly confirm that they were lying. They claimed
one of their reasons for picking Iceland was that it's closer to the US
than other viable choices.
But the actual traffic from USA (at least from Indiana) goes to Chicago,
then New York, then London, then Iceland.
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