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I read this comment posted on the Guardian earlier today, thought it was hilarious...


Merkel: "Hallo Guido, ich bin jetzt im Laden, brauchst Du Waffeln?"


'Eavesdropper' in Utah: "Told you so, she's sending HIM weapons."



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I read this comment posted on the Guardian earlier today, thought it was is hilarious...





fixed! :D

now everybody knows how bitchy the US_A is. was about time to get this to published.

(we knew it secretly im sure, but the confirmation was worth it) thanks E.S.

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First Snowden now this:




When the NSA websites says "Cryptological Dominance i guess they mean 'we'll do whatever it takes' "


lol.. ridiculous!


All the more reasons to make your own crypto programs


somebody call the UN:     :phone:


because this is out of control and i believe its pretty illegal:




"NSA paid $10 Million bribe to RSA Security for Keeping Encryption Weak If you own a world-renowned Security Product or a Service, National Security Agency (NSA) is ready to pay you 10 Million or more bribe for keeping intentional backdoor for them. According to an exclusive report published by Reuters, there is a secret deal between the NSA and respected encryption company RSA to implement a flawed security standard as the default protocol in its products.Seals With Club has issued a Mandatory Password Reset warning to their users, according to a statement published on the website. The service admitted their database had been compromised and revealed that the data center used until November was breached"

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RSA denies any NSA bribes;Windows Error Crash Reports or Treasure of Zero-Day vulnerabilities for NSA? I am sure that you all have been familiar with the above shown annoying Window Operating System error messages that many times pop ups on your screen while working on the system in case of process failure i.e. "The system has recovered from a serious error. A log of this error has been created. Please tell Microsoft about this problem" The message that prompts ask the user to report the problem ...
MCSFT has been giving the govts first access to security updatesand exploits for years, prob before this leak... I'll try to find the article that originally explained this...



I mean look at the crap we're facing these days in concerning espionage: here's Google Chrome's Incognito page:

Going incognito doesn't affect the behavior of other people, servers, or software. Be wary of:

  • Websites that collect or share information about you
  • Internet service providers or employers that track the pages you visit
  • Malicious software that tracks your keystrokes in exchange for free smileys
  • Surveillance by secret agents
  • People standing behind you

and the Article... though this was published as of 2013-06-14  (june 14th 2013) other articles have come across my email discussing this last year or so.. ill keep digging periodically...

Microsoft Said To Give Zero Day Exploits To US Government Before It Patches Them

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