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A New Smartphone Software Will Protect Users from Harmful Hacks

 - Jan 22, 2015
References: dtu.dk & eandt.theiet.org
A phone call encryption service, created by Danish researcher Professor Lars Ramkilde Knudsen has recently been announced as a solution against harmful hackers and suspicious online activity. With the rise of cyber crime and phishing software, one can never be too safe when browsing the internet or even when doing something as simple as making a phone call.

While browsing the web can lead to identity theft and virus attacks, smartphone hacks can result in unwanted information leaks that can endanger one's privacy and safety. Professor Lars Ramkilde Knudsen's phone call encryption software enhances the AES systems of most smartphones by doubling up on existing protection. The system works by encrypting conversations in ways that change every time one makes a phone call.