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Researchers Explore Extremely Secure Email Encryption

Researchers at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and Raytheon BBN Technologies have come up with a way to make email so secure that even the prying eyes of the NSA couldn't get in. The technology is called digital steganography, and is designed to hide messages within other messages. These hyper-encrypted emails are sent through fiber-optic cables and use light to be revealed. The only way to see the message as it travels through the cables is to use light to detect the photons.

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