Encrypted Phone Calls on Your BlackBerry Smartphone with Cellcrypt

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This week at WES 2010, Cellcrypt introduced secure mobile to mobile calling.  Cellcrypt offers BlackBerry users a fully secure private telephone conversation.  This product uses strong End-to-End encryption and is FIPS 140-2 US Government certified, which is the same security rating offered by the BlackBerry Enterprise Server. This is an ideal solution for corporate business travelers or anyone concerned that their phone conversations may be of interest to 3rd party groups or government agencies.

This product announcement comes on the heels of a December 2009 published "codebook" that cracks the GSM encryption.  This pre-computed codebook is freely available online and requires no more than a laptop and a programmable antenna.

Press Release 

Encryption Application Enables Convenient, Cost-effective, and Secure Conversations for Government Agencies and Businesses

WES 2010, Orlando, Fl., April 27, 2010 ─ Cellcrypt (www.cellcrypt.com), the leading provider of secure mobile voice calling, today announced the availability of its high-strength government-grade encryption application for mobile devices, including BlackBerry® smartphones, on both T-Mobile's secure cellular network and T-Mobile's Wi-Fi® HotSpots across the globe. With encryption accredited to the FIPS 140-2 standard (approved by the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology), a government official or traveling executive can use their T-Mobile Wi-Fi-enabled BlackBerry smartphone to make classified or confidential calls and be assured that the content of their call is protected to government-level standards.