1993-10-04 - Re: secure phone quest

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From: Marc Horowitz <marc@GZA.COM>
To: “mycal (voices through your head @ 88.1MHz)” <mike@NetAcsys.com>
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Message ID: <9310041948.AA03441@dun-dun-noodles.aktis.com>
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UTC Datetime: 1993-10-04 19:49:07 UTC
Raw Date: Mon, 4 Oct 93 12:49:07 PDT

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From: Marc Horowitz <marc@GZA.COM>
Date: Mon, 4 Oct 93 12:49:07 PDT
To: "mycal (voices through your head @ 88.1MHz)" <mike@NetAcsys.com>
Subject: Re: secure phone quest
In-Reply-To: <2cb075b0.acsys@NetAcsys.com>
Message-ID: <9310041948.AA03441@dun-dun-noodles.aktis.com>
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>> Also How about a half duplex secure voice link for the internet?  Heck
>> you could call anyone up if they are logged in and were equipped, crypto
>> optional.

If you have a Sparc or a DEC, there's a program called "vat" whcih
does this, full-duplex over IP.  Unfortunately, I don't remember where
to get it (lbl?), and archie isn't responding.