While government anti-security pundits bicker back
about encrypting VoIP
, it seems like it's time to take matters into our own hands. Our man Philip Zimmerman (who you may know as
being the creator of PGP) announced Zfone, a seamless PKI-free, Diffie-Hellman hashing, man-in-the-middle-detecting SIP
VoIP client. Don't know what that means? Don't worry, all you need to know is if you're worried about your VoIP traffic,
you need worry no more; not to be confused with his mid-90s encrypted VoIP product, PGPfone, today's encrypted VoIP
brings Internet anti-wiretapping up to date with the latest in SIP and RTP protocols, as well as OS X (and Linux)
support (sorry Windows peeps, you're out of luck for now).