The Kremlin did not see in Skype and Gmail threats to the security of the Russian Federation - Cell phones

The Kremlin did not see in Skype and Gmail threats to the security of the Russian Federation - Cell phonesThe representative of the presidential administration of the Russian Federation commented on the statements of the chief information security Center and the special connection of the FSB Alexander Andreikin. He called the use of Skype and Gmail potential threat to Russia's security. According to the April 8, RIA Novosti, in the Kremlin words Andreikin called "personal opinion" that does not reflect the policy of the state. "Andreechkin exceeded its powers and made a hasty conclusions about these popular services," the Agency quotes the words of an unnamed representative of the Kremlin. The interlocutor of the Agency advised the FSB to ensure information security, and, in particular, to pay attention to a hacker attack on Live Journal. Earlier on Friday, the Interfax news Agency reported that at the meeting of the government Commission on the Federal communications and technological issues of Informatization Alexander Andreechkin expressed concern "uncontrolled" use of services, where encrypted traffic using foreign algorithms, in particular, Gmail, Skype and Hotmail. Part of the meeting was broadcast closed, but, as noted later, the Deputy head of the Ministry of communications Ilya Massukh, words Andreikin it sounded as if the FSB representative proposed to prohibit the citizens to use these services. Massukh promised that the Ministry will not limit the Russians in the use of services of technical methods. Following the meeting it was decided to establish an interagency working group to develop proposals on the use of cryptographic tools in public networks..



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