#1
provided the calling end and the receiving end have the appropriate software, and through a regular phone line?


or are they already encrypted, and am I making an ignorant rambling fool of myself?
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#3
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I wonder why this would be necessary


haven't you heard the word?
#4
Um yeah, any type of data can be encrypted. I just don't see what you'd need it for.

^And birds have nothing to do with phones.
#5
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Um yeah, any type of data can be encrypted. I just don't see what you'd need it for.

^And birds have nothing to do with phones.

haven't you ever heard of bird calls?


*badum-tsh!*
#7
yes - but not conventional phone calls since they're analogue which is very hard to encrypt to any degree of sensibility. The cable you send it over is pretty irrelevant.

your best bet is an encyrpted VoIP call (like skype, but with better security) - there are companies which do that.
http://zfoneproject.com/
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#8
Planning some terrorism are we?
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#9
I think cell phone calls and VOIP calls(Skype, Vonage, your cable company's phone service, etc) are already encrypted. Normal landline calls aren't though.
#10
But who was phone. . . .

Also, I think you like saying encrypt TS. It's cute.
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#12
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Fix'd.

Not till he's won.
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