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Reuters: A leading cryptographer unveiled a technology on Friday that he said could make it impossible for malicious hackers or government investigators to eavesdrop on Internet phone calls. PGP Inc. founder Phil Zimmermann said his new encryption software would for the first time make phone calls placed over the Internet private.

"To move all of our precious phone calls to the crime-ridden slum that is the Internet I think would be unwise without protecting them with encryption," he said in a presentation at the Defcon hackers' conference.

Voice Over Internet Protocol, or VOIP, has exploded in popularity in recent years as a cheaper alternative to traditional phone service. But VOIP users are vulnerable to the security concerns that plague other Internet users, including eavesdroppers and attacks that can disrupt service. Click here to read the story.

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