Further investigation into servers of so-called PGP phones gave the Dutch Public Prosecutor insight into over million new messages. These messages contain information that can be used in dozens of criminal investigations, the Prosecutor said, NU.nl reports.
PGP stands for 'Pretty Good Privacy', a security standard used on phones sold by Ennetcom. The company promised that messages would be encrypted in such a way that they can not be read by, for example, the police. PGP phones were therefore popular among criminals.