No. While it is possible for smartphone signals to be intercepted, because all Secured Communication messaging is encrypted, any interception would be encrypted. Encrypted messages can only be decrypted by the recipient’s Secured Communication private code key.
Can’t third-parties, devices or techniques (i.e. Apple, Google, scanners, bluejacking, etc.) just defeat your security? Print
Modified on: Wed, 18 Feb, 2015 at 2:21 PM
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