FBI Director Christopher Wray has picked up where he left off last year with a new call for backdoors in encryption exclusively for law enforcement.
Speaking at the International Conference on Cyber Security in New York today, Wray complained that in the past year the Feds have seized 7,775 devices that they can’t unlock and decrypt. He said the situation was ridiculous, and called on the technology industry to find a solution.
This, of course, is good news for all of us law abiding citizens that just want to secure our personal/private/financial details. Now all we need to know is there a particular piece of hardware [eg. iPhone] or software [KeePass] that is the most used by all of these budding criminals/terrorists?