It's encrypted. A coding scheme is used which not only separates each
subscriber's data from others' but also at the same time makes it difficult
for a nonsubscriber to decode data. But it will be interesting to see the
articles appearing on "wardriving" BPL.
> [Original Message]
> From: Mel Crichton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> If BPL signals are actually radiated from the wiring carrying them, can
> be intercepted and read with a receiver and antenna (kind of like reading
> WiFi now)? If so, would that create a security issue?
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