1994-03-25 - Re: :220 HELO T1A

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From: Jeremiah A Blatz <darklord+@CMU.EDU>
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
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UTC Datetime: 1994-03-25 09:42:35 UTC
Raw Date: Fri, 25 Mar 94 01:42:35 PST

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From: Jeremiah A Blatz <darklord+@CMU.EDU>
Date: Fri, 25 Mar 94 01:42:35 PST
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
Subject: Re: :220 HELO T1A
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Excerpts from internet.cypherpunks: 25-Mar-94 :220 HELO T1A by Istvan O.
v. Keszi@acs.u 
> Hypothetical of hypothetical situations:
>         - User has ISDN
>         - User has PowerMac 8100-80
> Needs a *secure* connection.  Does any one know how I can chain
> it up?  Is there a T1A connection to an Apple Nubus 90?  Can I
> get a little bit of interference for a little privacy?

Ummm, if you just want to hook up a digital phone line to it so you
could, say, speak into the microphone, sample that and PGP encrypt it
then send it over the line where a person with similar software would
decrypt and listen... (or maybe you just want a fast data link, anyway)
The power MAcs, I belive, are equipped with fast serial lines (GeoPort)
and you can purchase an ISDN compatable modem to interface to the Mac. I
don't belive you need to mess around with NuBus cards at all.

Now, just a little hacking around with the Sound Manager and MacPGP...

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