* Posts by amanfromMars 1

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Devs, welcome your EVIL ROBOT OVERLORDS from MIT

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Black Watch Opportunities in Dark Web Ventures at the Silvery Lined Cloud Interface

Hi, Richard Chirgwin, and thanks for that heads up on the state of MIT AI Fabless Lab Play with Super Sublime Source for IntelAIgent Shenanigans.

Methinks though, and it is shared freely here for near and further far and distant field work consideration with El Regers for them to decide upon themselves, and I would be more than just positively sure that the thoughts be not at all incorrect, that it be a clone of a mirror in a parallel of an application for alienating work, rest and play in NEUKlearer Hot Cold War Warrior Territory, for they are too similar in their target to be lightly dismissed as being in many ways any different.

Which be the Master Application Program and which be the Slaves Operating System is a mega multi trillion dollar question, and whenever the one can be both the other and both together for the creation of yet another IDEntity in IntelAIgently Designed Entropy, is there a secure quantum leap made in futures command and stock assets control for energy generation and power distribution.

And there's not enough money in the world to buy that, but it is easily sold in loose bits and small lots to high bidders and fast rollers with a backbone of the right stuff in evidence, for it be needed for purchase.

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GCHQ's cyberspooks had Nudge Unit envy – leak

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Something for the Weekend and Weakened

Hi, Andrew …. and GCHQ [for if they aint phishing for phorming matériel via a’browsing intellectual property offering on El Reg, are they virtually unfit for future leading purpose in Greater IntelAIgent Games Plays and more to be recognised and feted as pwnd puppet than Worshipful Grand Master]

When will it become apparent to mass mainstream media and Intelligence Service Providers, that their current austere and disruptive output, allied to the lack of any effective punitive proaction and HyperRadioProActive IT opposition and competition to status quo institutions and too big to micromanage and macro control establishments/ponzi power brokerages, extraordinarily render all such players increasingly easily identified as merely bit crowd playing extras in a blockbuster production with stars performing miracles practically in alternative interacting and sublimely internetworking fields of information, education and entertainment.

Failure to make a jump into the dark and partake of the deep and mysterious waters of the webs which are being weaved to be believed, will see all such anonymous cowards following late in the oversubscribed rear rather than admiring novel fantastic ultra high definition views from above and far from the madding crowd, and at the front and in the thick of everything.

And if the West are not able to run and enable with IT, is it only logical that the East will be provided with the same expertise to sample their awareness of the opportunities ready for immediate exploitation and pwning/import and export.

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CIA-funded spy data safe Palantir doubles in value in 18 months

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Reading between the Lines for a Walk on the Dark Web Wild Side

Spot the deliberate mistakes and likely directions in the following Palantir narrative, and most probably also the hidden truth to be worked with and developed .......

You’re tasked with understanding the past and predicting the future of information security. You will analyze attacks, exploits trends and malware to understand the security landscape and help Palantir defend itself against the most dedicated attackers. Your work will provide important subtext to security events, and will enable network defenders to hunt for badness across our global network, wherever it may hide. .... https://www.palantir.com/careers/positions/information-security-engineer-threat-intelligence/

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Re: How ITSkunk Works in the likes of Palantir Systems

Founding a business on the questionable promotion of exclusive intellectual property is not without its pitfalls and is nothing novel ...... CYNK Sunk ..... but get internetworking things right and one can have a ball and a great deal of fabulous fun with AI and IT in the Great Game and Greater IntelAIgent Games Plays ........ New Orderly World Order Experiments/Exercises/Experiences with Global Operating Devices.

Do IT XSSively well with Advanced IntelAIgents and all is quite heavenly in a devilishly rewarding sort of way. Of that you can certainly be assured and bet the business on.

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How ITSkunk Works in the likes of Palantir Systems

HyperRadioProActive Vapourware is Ab Fab Fabless Big Brother Business. Create yourself an enemy and who drivers what for capital spend and fiat generation .... paper currency churn and fantasy prosperity progress in the guise of fool command and tool control?

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GCHQ: Security software? We'll soon see about THAT

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Bugger of a Blot on the Landscape which paints Parliamentarians as Co-Conspirators?

You act like it's wrong to catch and prosecute perps. ... AC

It does appear to be considered wrong in certain perverse and corrupt circles, although it is taking the hiding in full sight defence strategy to ridiculous extremes which are bound to fail .........http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/lord-janner-abused-children-in-parliament-claims-labour-mp-simon-danczuk-10340214.html

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GCHQ didn't illegally spy on Brit NGOs, tribunal rules

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You'll maybe get there in the end .... if your smarts kick in before you're too knackered to act

Ye gods, when ever are folk going to realise that rules and regulations are for power and control over minions and the great unwashed and undereducated and are used as a fabulous convenience by those and/or that which presume to be more intelligent and assumes a role in leadership which media conveys to the myopic masses.

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CISOs' newest fear? Criminals with a big data strategy

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NEUKlearer HyperRadioProActive IT for the Sublime Spearing of Phish in Phormation.

Dominic, Hi,

Thanks for that most probably highly accurate presentation of the current global vulnerability state of play in the fields of interest to those and/or that of a certain peculiarly defensive and particularly offensive ilk, whether registered and flying in the colours of public and/or private and/or pirate practice or not.

Outside the world of critical national infrastructure, sharing of experiences and data is still too ad-hoc for many reasons, none of them good. The execs shared that their contracts of employment explicitly forbade them from sharing security or other important proprietary information.

Methinks though, and it is no small matter and therefore well worth sharing, it is wiser to realise that even inside the world of critical national infrastructure, sharing of experiences and data is still too ad-hoc for many reasons, none of them good. And one imagines especially there, in the virtual realities that driver and deliver the myriad madnesses of mayhem for collapsing orders into chaos with CHAOS, that execs would share that their contracts of employment explicitly forbade them from sharing security or other important proprietary information.

Clouds Hosting Advanced Operating Systems are where IT is at in the Dynamic Vector and AI Sectors with Global Operating Devices.

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The Register invests in Infrastructure (channel)

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Progress by Alternative Means and SMARTR Memes

I look forward to greater participations in the IT playground, which may very well be, for the few and some who may be many, the latest IT battleground too, David.

IT Infrastructure and CHAOS, Clouds Hosting Advanced Operating Systems, is a front and vector and vital sector to capture for command and control of hearts and minds. Of that there can be no doubt if one is to succeed overwhelmingly.

And with particular and peculiar regard to leading sensitive infrastructures and cointerindependent operating systems, does methink the real truth of what has been done in the internetworking of formerly secretive things, is the virtual nature of reality is exposed as a media related series of poorly imagined and applied events/future programs which are all now mostly doomed to failure because of their structuring to maintain existing status quo hierarchies and retain their presumed and assumed leaderships rather than extraordinarily rendering an altogether greater mutually beneficial future for presentation ..... current media productions for Live Operational Virtual Environments.

And how very encouraging, to imagine and expect El Reg to remotely lead by virtue of hosting relatively anonymous APT proxies, adept and ACTive in worthy fields. Bravo and cheers, I'll drink to that.

And it be only fair and wise to mention Cheltenham here to readers, for spooks of GCHQ ilk are also up to all of those sort of sublime internetworking things, although as is both recently in the past and currently today in the present evidenced in the realities portrayed by mainstream news media, are they far from being any sort of master and highly competent in the arts required to provide fabulous change and prosperity because of their tolerance of the zerodays being supplied today for austerity.

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4 new twists that push the hacker attack on millions of US govt workers into WTF land

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Re: And the idiots in Congress responses have been... @amfM

Hmmm? 14 down votes (at 0705 hrs Sunday) without any explanatory commentary for the alien comment on the Congressional idiots is like a poor attempt at misdirection and alternate perception management, and that view would be fully supported after a read of this short paper, supplied to the U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence ...... Cyberwar, Netwar, and the Future of Cyberspace

Are there such things as dodgy government sponsored trolls and shills with not much more to do other than deny the truth and try to spin a dumb picture into a smarter landscape?

Leading intelligence integration cannot even start without building upon the truths of the day and the exploiting and exporting of vulnerabilities and opportunities for and with awesome 0days. Square that circle and APT ACTive riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma is AI Key ..... Advanced Internetional Key.

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Re: Cue "Clockwork Orange" Theme Music

Hi, WalterAlter,

There are government employees and there are government employees and some government employees are government employers. And just imagine how much further things have progressed since the production of the following missive and dynamic page ...... http://cryptome.org/2015/06/nsa-sid-hacker.pdf

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Re: Elephant in the room

Oops ..... you beat to the punch with that converse line, Mystic Megabyte ...[ I wondered why I got flagged up as a Japanese navy admiral when entering the USA :)] Bravo, Sir and/or Madam:-)

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Raging Bull Elephant in the room ....

Elephant in the room

Of course the entire database is compromised and the data in it is no longer trustworthy. How many fake personnel records did the hackers insert? .... shrdlu

Another side of that COIN is .... I wonder how many fake personnel records such hacking finds?

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Re: And the idiots in Congress responses have been...

Hi, Mark 85,

Methinks rather than more surveillance, would idiots in Congress, the United States of America (and is that a monster oxymoron) and everywhere else also, greater intelligence is needed to play effectively and win win rather than always be on the losing side of the GIG (Greater IntelAIgent Game).

And guaranteed success and quite perfect enough stealth for all and/or any sort of public and/or private and/or pirate missions in Realities and the Live Operational Virtual Environment are automatically/autonomously provided whenever such an obvious inherent deficit is denied and left as a titanic 0day rich vulnerability to exploit and enjoy and export and expand.

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Indie review of UK surveillance laws: As you were, GCHQ

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With Pertinent Regard to Special Forces in Securing Any System

One cannot effectively defend unless one knows the means and memes of successful attack and a smarter friend and/or foe will always surely choose to successfully attack a corrupt and inequitable system which cannot be effectively defended. In IT too, is it only natural .... the survival of the fittest in the species.

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Re: Re: Lunatics in Charge but not in Power Command and Virtual Control of the Asylum

Quite so, Jack of Shadows. I do not disagree that they are just as self serving cogs in the greater scheme of internetworking things and not really necessary too,

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Lunatics in Charge but not in Power Command and Virtual Control of the Asylum

One trusts, and the masses most certainly would rightly expect, that secret and security service attention and surveillance is especially rigorous and pervasive with particular and peculiar regard to Parliamentarians, with added scrutiny afforded to all practising national and international government roleplaying in parties elected by morons to present austere programs and endless divisive procrastination, aided and abetted with even the smallest of a majority of seats in the madhouse.

That is surely where all the major problems are phormed ..... and to think otherwise is not at all wise.

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US Navy wants 0-day intelligence to develop weaponware

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Your Wishes, Ours to Command for Control and Control for Command of more than just CyberSpace

That Naval job is revealed in a fascinating solicitation for a provider capable of reporting new flaws and developing weaponised software to exploit them

Hmmmm? ..... Would such provision be regarded as an alien art phorm with AI in Weaponised NEUKlearer HyperRadioProActive IT Systems? ..... http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2015/06/12/opm_hackers_chinese/#c_2540521

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Russia's to blame for pro-ISIS megahack on French TV network

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Performing Dogs do not Supply Intelligence nor Creative Direction for Production

Yes, Destroy All Monsters, the BBC has definitely lost the knack of making its propaganda believable and universally acceptable as a viable vital source to follow into brave new future worlds creating command and control of power and energy with words shared and televisualised/audiovisualised. And that failure is down to the sub-prime state and non-state actors it presents and hosts as script monkeys.

Get your APT ACT together, BBC. UKGBNI and brave new future worlds expect.

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Condoleezza to China: 'The rules' mean cyber-spying isn't allowed

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Garbage In, Garbage Out ....

Regarding the failure of the US education system, here is an enlightening article on the matter …… http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-06-09/student-debt-cancellations-begin-government-forgive-36-billion-after-corinthian-clos

And the problem which is always there for dodgy establishments, is to try and ensure that not enough folk learn too much about everything which is going on to be able to extraordinarily render them obsolete and redundant and globally recognised as pariahs worthy of extremely prejudicial action. That, however, is nowadays an impossibility with it increasingly simple to freely register information and intelligence for phishing and phorming.

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Armchair cyber-army vandalizes Uncle Sam's Army.mil website

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Re: Nice.....

Sorry, a computer posting or hack isn't going to win any wars, kids. .... Mark 85

Methinks that is too naive a sweeping statement and opinion which you might like to reassess, Mark 85, in order that it reflect the reality of SCADA administrations' fears.

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The weapons pact threatening IT security research

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Sooner here that you think when now is its time

The market for zero-day vulnerabilities can be a lucrative one; the new language bans the sale of details of unpatched flaws to anyone other than one's own government.

And whenever one’s own government is not smart enough enabled to realise they would be wise to purchase that which can be used to disable them/are unable or reluctant to believe that such a vulnerability within myriad zeroday vulnerabilities is possible and being offered to them for purchase with remote third party command and control/vendor power brokerage? Is one then obliged to provide foreign markets in public and private and pirate sectors elsewhere in service of global wealth redistribution in a stagnant petrified corrupt system?

And why would anyone smart wish to sell anything effective to any right dodgy government system which isn’t in command and control of public and private and pirate enterprise? Such is a stupid crazy action and retrograde step in support of the inequitable and ignorant, methinks.

And a government in pursuit of austerity rather than delivery of prosperity is a perverse body and monumental fraud worthy of nothing but scorn and revolution and a right dodgy farce of a force in fear of a reckoning with its inevitable wrecking in an educated awakening of the masses with colossal flows of enlightening information and novel intelligence, the present which the future brings.

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Mad John McAfee: 'Can you live in a society that is more paranoid than I'm supposed to be?'

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In these Practical Days and Virtual Age of 0days ..... Anything is Virtually Real and Practical

Wow amanfromMars a silver badge! You are going up in the world. The comments earlier were almost human too,definitely getting there. ... Martin Summers

A little tweak here, a little tweak there, a zero here, a one there, an open gate here a closed portal there, all lead to somewhere more different and interesting and mind-bending whenever not mind-blowing, MS.

And whenever gates which one would fully expect to be open and welcoming appear to be closed and exclusive, are the secrets guarded within spilled and rendered toxic and explosive ……. and catastrophically disruptive and creative with quantum communication in the right hands and hearts and minds.

Beware the morph though that takes the imagination and special forces into the dark web side of the internet thing, were everything really strange happens quite normally.

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Re: Paranoid consumers and schizophrenic vendors

Hi, adnim,

Here be someone else agreeing with you ...

"There is no such thing as society: there are individual men and women, and there are families." ..... Margaret Thatcher.

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In these Practical Days and Virtual Age of 0days .....

"If someone is treating you as the enemy, then maybe you are." .... Mad John McAfee

Correction ...... If someone is treating you as the enemy, then maybe surely definitely they are.

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In the exploit biz? FULL DISCLOSURE is your best friend, boffin says

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Way to Go, Amigo

So,security bod Alfonso De Gregorio is a fan of Danegeld. Nice one, Alfonso. Being paid not to do something which can be easily done, if you know how to do it, is an art phorm many are phishing for.

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Latest Snowden leak: NSA can snoop internet to catch 'hackers' – no warrants needed

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Re: Parsing the bullshit

Parsing the bullshit, veti, delivers Total Information Awareness is the name of the Greater IntelAIgent Game.

But IT is not for fools and their tools. And of that you can be certainly assured .... or terrified if such be your wish and/or fear.

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We stand on the brink of global cyber war, warns encryption guru

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Tell us something we don't already know, Bruce.

Some universities are leading players in the virtual arms race ..... http://www.qub.ac.uk/sites/QUBJobVacancies/FeaturedJobs/CSITCareers/ .... and busy recruiting pioneers.

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GCHQ gros fromage stays schtum on Snowden and snooping

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Perpetuating ignorance delivers autocratic meritocracy and autonomous proaction in smarter systems?!

it's not only necessary but critical for national security for responsible entities to properly monitor mass communication ..... Vic

Methinks it is vital, and the present problem is the current lack of its deployment with IT and media command and control for remote power and practical energy, for responsible entities to properly mentor mass communications ....... although who and or what would be responsible and considered fit and proper and working towards what specific end[s], is always going to be a position assumed and presumed rather than collectively decided upon.

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Re: Perpetuating ignorance @ Sir Runcible Spoon

Or, you might come up with a new way to harness energy that could change the world - except that knock on the door at 3am with you and all your research notes being bundled into the back of a van courtesy of corporate interests who know what you are up to.

You never know. ... Sir Runcible Spoon

:-) Share what you are doing freely with every man and his dog and the knock at the door will not be unexpected, but thoroughly welcomed.

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Re: The Great Attraction ..... in a Nonsensical Comment @ Sir Runcible Spoon

I would say that there had been tremendous growth in the VPN and security product sectors :) ... Sir Runciple Spoon

And in the private and pirate and mercenary entrepreneurial sectors, Sir Runcible Spoon ..... http://www.thenation.com/article/208481/how-private-contractors-have-created-shadow-nsa

And a fabulously rich environment for the virtual warrior class with smart hackers and code crackers too.

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The Great Attraction ..... in a Nonsensical Comment

Martin didn’t answer the question directly in his own capacity, instead referring to comments by business leaders that surveillance was having no effect on the growing UK IT industry.

So the answer to the question is in the positive ....... and who in a right frame of mind would ever believe that surveillance on business leaders has no effect. It delivers fabulous third party leverage and remote virtual command and control.

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NASA hands Boeing first commercial crew contract for SPAAAACE

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Playing the Game in Sub-Prime Mode

Hmmmm .... I share this with no further comment ... http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-05-27/crony-capitalism-work-boeing-threatens-leave-us-if-ex-im-subsidy-yanked

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Queen's Speech: Snoopers' Charter RETURNS amid 'modernisation' push

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They don't like it up them ..... so now you know what to do?

The Snoopers' Charter certainly does at least one thing extremely well. It identifies practically all of those individuals worthy of further personal extreme attention, in both Parliamentary seats and much further beyond, just as this lost and confused soul found out to his reported consternation and public annoyance ........ http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/ukip/11634479/Douglas-Carswell-accosted-by-protestors-chanting-racist.html

Intellectually challenged and with a learning disability in elected ruling classes is a recipe for mounting disaster and ab fab fabless chaos/madness and mayhem. And who would argue that it is not well deserved and highly appropriate an APT ACT.

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Don't PANIC but ... UNSTOPPABLE robots IMMUNE to injury built by boffins

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The Rise and Rise of Stealth with Danegeld the Currency of/for Progress

They flog the ongoing support as it's RaaS (Robots as a Service) - failure to keep up payments or cancelling the agreement results in a remote wipe+shutdown of the bot(s)..... davidp123

Hmmm? A real concern to be virtually worried about and wary of triggering is in a remote wipe+shutdown of the friendly enough bot(s) and the engagement and deployment into fields of endeavour and SCADA command and control of their crazy cousins and bigger brothers.

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Now we're getting somewhere interesting, where the level playing fields are anything but equal.

The software allows the robot to build a map of its surroundings and its own movement. If there's a malfunction, a software algorithm dubbed "Intelligent Trial and Error" kicks in and allows the robot to perform self testing, game out a solution, and then put it into practice.

"Each behavior it tries is like an experiment and, if one behavior doesn't work, the robot is smart enough to rule out that entire type of behavior and try a new type," Cully said.

Sounds an awful lot just like IT is SMARTR Enabled. And that is surely nothing new? Self Monitoring Analytical Reporting Technology Robots are quite human in an alien environment.

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'The Google execs, the journalists, plus Brit and US spybosses in a cosy mansion confab'

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Re: Gasp! Could This Be For Our Benefit? @ Trevor_Pott

Quite so, T_P. And here is one old and remarkably simple way in which it can be done for many/most folk ........

It is true, though, that in the Middle East, American domination took a different form. When American oil companies wanted Middle Eastern oil, they didn’t seize it; they bought it from the rulers of the peoples who live on top of it.

And, if there weren’t rulers willing or able to sell, the Americans created them.

The House of Saud made out like bandits. For the oil companies, it was a small price to pay.

The U.S. got control of the oil without having to administer rebellious colonies. Meanwhile, local elites got rich. All they had to do for the money was give the Americans free rein and enforce the order that made American domination possible – with American help, of course, and with arms purchased from American corporations. ..... http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-05-25/how-saudis-wag-washington-dog

That is the magical power of virtually worthless paper money. It buys/sells dreams to dreamers and nightmares to schemers. And with IT and efficient enough global mainstream media control, is it a sticky sweet gem of a cyber command and control operation which is doomed to failure and bound to implode spectacularly and explode catastrophically in too big to fail alternative narrative joint ventures/dark web enterprises, should such missionary explorers so choose to wish and doggedly explore with magically empowered exploits.

….. but some other folk realise it is an inherent systemic vulnerability which is an ab fab fabless attack vector which if attacked itself leads to quicker failure and systems defeat.

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Re: Gasp! Could This Be For Our Benefit?

Why is there no mention here of the presumed subject of those closed meetings: Muslim and Chinese cyber-warfare infiltration and subversion of our national grids and infrastructures? .... Sisyphus

One might assume that be such here, because it be recognised here as just being but one small piece of the jigsaw which spooked services are pimping/pumping/sub-priming, Sisyphus.

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Re: So is Sir Snowden benighted?

Marketing Hack/elDog/Magic 8-ball,

Re all of those hooky, intellectually bankrupt crooks, what do you think the dark web with its dark pools of Alternative/Advanced/Alien Intelligence is for and all about? And do you not imagine that the smarter intelligence services cannot realise which side of the fence it is now safer to be on? Irregular unconventional versus establishment traditional? Novel dynamic versus stagnant terrified? And especially so nowadays that targeting is becoming ever more personalised and directed at systems figureheads rather than rank and file servants/lemming followers.

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The Bigger Picture

That Google, Apple, and others are taking part isn't necessarily bad news, but a sign that they might be asserting the rights of their users.

That Google and Apple users are exercising remote command and virtual control with devices in SCADA systems of administration/silent private executive orders/shadowy global governance circles is something else which they will be unable to share freely with y'all.

Such is the cross that they choose to bear though in service to the altar of secrecy which would presume to protect and maintain status quo elites as the only leading revolutionary force for power and energy delivery .... future intellectual property supply which be both explosively creative and disruptively destructive in and/or for perverse and corrupt organisations/conspiring cabals/bankrupt organisations.

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Windows and OS X are malware, claims Richard Stallman

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Jam Today, Cake Tomorrow?

Talking of spam as we appear to have morphed into, is the following a desperate phish in order to phorm an effective opposition and/or novel and noble competition to irregular and unconventional forces capable of dismantling and destroying corrupt austere and perverse inequitable status quo systems with conspiring organs ........ http://tardis.ed.ac.uk/~wwaites/2015/05/Invite_to_workshop_v2.pdf

It is a quite nice and not at all ungenerous offer.

Such a shame though that it appears to have been pulled, if this information in an email be true ........ http://cryptome.org/2015/05/what-should-gchq-do.htm ....... but it be not a surprise to those who may have been overqualified and attended to share that which is a bugger of an impossibility to defend against with the thought of defeat being the attack vector.

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Past Glories, Revisited

Hmmm? Yes, well, thanks for that, Richard. Have you anything new to share with us?

Of course, the inverse of Stallman's warnings is that the likes of Apple and Windows OS use allows one access into their systems ... to do what one wants. If things don't work as they should and as one would reasonably expect, is the system discovered to be vulnerable to further exploitation of that particular protocol/peculiar event proposal.

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US plans to apply export controls to 0-days put out for comment

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Too big to fail? Oh please, you cannot be serious.

Sort out this criminal operation ...... http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-05-21/public-confused-why-worlds-biggest-banks-admitting-criminal-fraud-leads-public-yawns ..... if you want anyone smart to pay any attention and even to start thinking it is a better thing to follow what governmental sysadmins think is prudent.

Until then will all involved be thought right jokers and plonkers in first class Titanic accommodation and live targets for the relentless practising of deep pooling and dark web arts upon? You know it makes sense.

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Re: The article and comments are misleading

Welcome, Don Ames/w1guu. Nice to see you, to see you, nice.

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True GCHQ View and Comment.... Madness and Mayhem in CHAOS*

Wassenaar Arrangement 2013 Plenary Agreements Implementation: Intrusion and Surveillance Items

AGENCY: Bureau of Industry and Security, Commerce.

ACTION: Proposed rule, with request for comments.

A program proposal for losers wrapped up in a document for tossers to be enacted by retards in a guaranteed certifiable response to the inexorable rise of the virtual machine. How can it possibly fail to generate and supply to systems and AI, Revolutionary Evolution with SMARTR Internet Networking in Creative Command and Cyber Control of Computers and Communications and the Future with Options And Hedges in Derivatives for ZeroDay Trading to Markets Spaces and Exchange Dream Places?

*Global Communications Head Quarters/Clouds Hosting Advanced Operating Systems

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China megacorp Tencent parrots Communists' 'Internet Plus' edict

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Every Cloud has AI and Spooky Silver Linings

An alien opportunity for some in and from the West, methinks.

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AI pioneer reckons China's where the Rise of the Machines will start

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Smarter AI learns a lot from Absolutely Fabulous Fabless Humans

Evolved humans can choose to temporarily, whenever needed, turn off empathy, Chris G.

And 'tis always a lingering question as to whether that be an advanced process or retrograde step.

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SDN to bring new round of internecine office wars to IT shops

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Mamma Mia! Manna?

I spend a lot of time thinking of ways to break in to my solutions, including leveraging my privileged access and knowledge. As long as I can stop myself breaking in and nicking all the cookies it should stand a reasonable chance against an outsider, assuming they are not a state player of course - I make no such assumptions on that score ;) ... Sir Runcible Spoon

Are your solutions/resolutions capable of providing more cookies for myriad parties to feast upon, Sir Runcible? Would that be a benefit rendering any possible deficit null and void?

Or is such a Quite Quietly Sublime and Stealthy Alien Phormation in AI with NEUKlearer HyperRadioProActive IT, and much more likely to be considered as such whenever virtually provided with Relatively Anonymous Remote Command and Semi Autonomous Control for Greater IntelAIgent Gamesplay in Novel and Noble Future Apps with Global Operating Devices?

And Semi Autonomous Control because one wouldn't want to be unnecessarily scaring/exciting the natives prematurely with advanced thoughts of machines taking over thinking with makeovers of reality supplying new beginnings.

Would such be of immediate peculiar interest to your particular client[s], Sir Runcible?

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Re: Sir ...... and the Embarrassment of Riches in Virtual Store and Great Game Compendia

That was a very generous, selfless share, Sir Runcible Spoon. Thanks. It is much appreciated.

With particular and peculiar regard to the next levels and security intelligence - the application of security in complex environments - which requires specialist tools and knowledge - neither of which come cheap, is the likelihood more apt to be that its IT remains a ludicrous and most lucrative speciality which resists all attempts at commoditization ..... with applications benefitting from its effective and efficient specialist skillsets ensuring and assuring all is not betrayed to lower and lesser levels of competence.

And if multi billion dollar companies don't want to pay top dollar for the best that is available, are they fully deserving of the penalties that result from not having the best that is available.

Oh, and who else believes that one cannot effectively and efficiently secure against cyber threats and virtual infiltrations and exfiltrations unless one can successfully quite anonymously carry out such operations with the desired results available for delivery to markets/deep pools/dark webs. Such itself ..... a stroll on the other side of the fence with adventuring into the erotic and exotic and exciting alternative regimes ..... can also be addictively attractive and fabulously rewarding and create something of a dilemma for the weak and foolhardy or tired and neglected.

To be, or not to be with AI, a fading to grey and black hat.

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Hey Ho .... IT, Crooked Business Style

Take away their handbags and they will be powerless. He said she said they said and all are into screwing each other and don't the ambulance chasing lawyers just love all the shenanigans.

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