Hi all,

On a mailing list I inhabit, the quality of Retrospect's encryption 
was challenged as being inadequate.  The comment was that neither DES 
or Dantz' proprietary  Vernam cipher would be secure from a serious 
attempt to retrieve stolen backup data.

What's the scoop here? I've been running on the assumption that if I 
lost a tape under mysterious circumstances that the information would 
be unrecoverable.

How does SimpleCrypt compare to DES and how hard would someone have 
to try to break the encryption?

Todd Reed

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