Matthew Rosenfield, known as Moxie Marlinspike, is an American computer security researcher, cryptographer and entrepreneur. Marlinspike is a co-founder of the Signal Foundation and Chief Executive Officer of Signal Messenger.
He is also a co-author of the Signal Protocol encryption used by Signal, WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Skype, and Allo, responsible for the largest deployment of consumer end-to-end encryption.
Matthew Rosenfeld who is Jewish and about whose background (ex whether is a ual American Israeli citizen) we know pratically nothing about is behind the encryption system guiding Whatsapp (1,5 billion users) Facebook (2,3 billion users) Skype (300 million users)
Mr Rosenfeld’s end to end encryption is used by early four billion people
Not much is known about Rosenfeld
Imagine the situation if Mr Rosenfeld is even remotely connected to Israels cyber spying wing Unit 8200 or its long running Project Talpiot
Mr. Marlinspike created an encryption program that scrambles messages until they reach the intended reader. It’s so simple that Facebook Inc.’s WhatsApp made it a standard feature for many of the app’s 800 million users.
Mr Rosenfeld/Marlinspike as you must have guessed by now is Jewish
His parents—who called him Moxie as a nickname—separated early on. He lived mostly with his mother, a secretary and paralegal at a string of companies. Any other family details, like his real name, are among the personal subjects he prefers not to comment on.
Signal, widely considered the most secure and easiest-to-use free encrypted messaging and voice-calling app, is the reason he’s been invited to speak as part of the very same crypto Jedi Council he had worshiped as a teenager. Marlinspike designed Signal to bring uncrackable encryption to regular people. And though he hadn’t yet revealed it at the time of the conference in March, Signal’s encryption protocol had been integrated into WhatsApp, the world’s most popular messaging app, with over a billion users. Meet Moxie Marlinspike, the Anarchist Bringing Encryption to All of Us
Nobody seems to know much about the Marlins daddy ……..or mummy for that matter
Reuters however did confirm that Moxie Marlinspike’s name was Andrew Rosenbaum
SAVIOR OF THE PEOPLE MARLINSPIKE SAY JEWISH JOURNOS
Meanwhile Jewish journalists in every media print and digital keep telling the world what a wonderful guy Moxie is
The other co founder of Signal Foundation is Brian Acton co founder of Whatsapp
Acton has known Marlinspike since 2013, when the latter first proposed the idea to Acton of integrating Signal’s end-to-end encryption into WhatsApp, starting with its then hundreds of millions of Android users. But even after WhatsApp switched on Signal’s end-to-end encryption for all of its billion-plus users in 2016—and Google, Facebook Messenger, and Skype all followed with their own integrations of Signal’s privacy features—the organization behind Signal itself has remained a tiny, barebones operation. Despite receiving about $3 million over the last six years from US government’s Open Technology Fund, Whisper Systems has been able to pay only a handful of full-time staffers, who have worked out of a single room in a co-working space in San Francisco’s Mission district.
NICE SOVIET JEWBOY CLUB MARLINSPIKE
Besides Acton the other founder of Whatsapp was the Ukrainian Jew Jan Koum Koum reportedly has a 45% stake in the company, which he founded with Brian Acton five years ago. His success at WhatsApp is along the same path as Sergey Brin, the co-founder of Google, and Max Levchin, who helped start Paypal. Brin is from Russia while Levchin, like Koum, is from Ukraine.
Facebook purchased Whats app in 2014 …………..after it seems some more Jewish networking
Any non Jewish newspaper/magazine with a headline like that would be hounded for “Antisemitism”
Whisper Systems was an enterprise mobile security company that was co-founded by security researcher Moxie Marlinspike and roboticist Stuart Anderson in 2010. The company was acquired by Twitter in November 2011. Some of the company’s software products were released under free software licenses after the acquisition, which led to the creation of an independent organization called Open Whisper Systems.
On November 28, 2011, Whisper Systems announced that it had been acquired by Twitter. The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed by either company. The acquisition was done “primarily so that Mr. Marlinspike could help the then-startup improve its security”. Shortly after the acquisition, Whisper Systems’ RedPhone service was made unavailable.
Marlinspike later left Twitter and founded Open Whisper Systems as a collaborative Open Source project for the continued development of TextSecure and RedPhone. As of May 2015, Open Whisper Systems consists of a large community of volunteer Open Source contributors, as well as a small team of dedicated grant-funded developers. In November 2015, Open Whisper Systems merged TextSecure with RedPhone and renamed it as Signal.
The latest insider build of Skype allows users to engage in conversations that have end-to-end encryption. This means the application’s servers has no visibility into the encrypted traffic.The Microsoft-owned app was the latest holdout among the popular messaging clients when it came to truly private communications. WhatsApp, Viber, Facebook Messenger, Google Allo, Telegram, Signal, iMessage, FaceTime and other chat apps have already provided end-to-end encryption for a while, either by default or as an optional feature.
CHINA BLOCKS FACEBOOK WHATSAPP AND INSTAGRM …….LOCAL APPS REPLACE THEM
China has largely blocked the WhatsApp messaging app, the latest move by Beijing to step up surveillance ahead of a big Communist Party gathering next month.The disabling in mainland China of the Facebook-owned app is a setback for the social media giant, whose chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, has been pushing to re-enter the Chinese market, and has been studying the Chinese language intensively. WhatsApp was the last of Facebook products to still be available in mainland China; the company’s main social media service has been blocked in China since 2009, and its Instagram image-sharing app is also unavailable.
Maybe its time India follows suit and blocks all the kosher s–t clogging our digital world
Im sure there are millions of techies in India who can create programs that can surpass the Talpiot programs that mushroom all over the Internet
Besides ridding India of digital eavesdropping it will boost local talent
The Chinese have done it ……..why cant we?