Hmmm ...While Microsoft affirms the "unbreakable" nature of its new encryption technology, the company disputes claims that criminals would successfully use the programs to lock out police and other law-enforcement agencies. "Each time we have worked with law enforcement on any investigations we typically haven't found BitLocker has been a hurdle to the investigation," said Stuart Strathdee, the chief security adviser to Microsoft Australia. However, he was quick to assure users this did not mean there was a way to crack the encryption. "There is no back door under any circumstances; there is no way," he said.
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