CHAPTER 10UC NETWORK EAVESDROPPING
Get a good night’s sleep and don’t bug anybody without asking me.
—Richard M. Nixon
Any place is good for eavesdropping, if you know how to eavesdrop.
There’s nothing like eavesdropping to show you that the world outside your head is different from the world inside your head.
Throughout history, people have sought to safeguard the privacy of their communications. One of the more well-known early cryptographers was Julius Caesar, who invented a rudimentary shifting cipher known as the Caesar Cipher to protect communications sent to his army. Cryptography has advanced significantly since the Roman Empire and supports most forms of communication, including UC.
Because UC is simply just ...