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Daily Dashboard | CIA read foreign government's encrypted communications Related reading: White House task force seeks national COVID-19 surveillance system



Crypto AG, a Swiss firm that was believed to have kept its clients' government communications secret for more than half a century, was secretly owned by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency in a partnership with West German intelligence, The Washington Post reports. The agencies rigged the company’s devices to break the codes that its clients — including Iran, India and Pakistan — used to send encrypted messages. “It was the intelligence coup of the century,” a classified CIA history of the operation states. 
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