Where are GCHQ, the NSA and CSIS on providing espionage tools to terrorists?
I see CSIS in an article like this I expect it to be the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (annual budget, $513,007,839 (2013–14)) has chocked up a victory for our side.
Instead the CSIS Danish security consultancy probably not even 1% of that size.
The source code to these trojans all represent risks to national security far greater and far more real than any risks claimed for the revelations of Snowden.
The source code to these trojans all represent far greater and far more real gifts to terrorist organizations than anything claimed for what Snowden revealed.
The source code can be used to raise funds for terrorism.
The source code can be used by terrorists to design trojans for gaining secret, top secret and compartmentalized information.
So why, how, when GCHQ, the NSA and CSIS have not completed job #1 their "War on Islam"*, er uh correction, "War on Terrorism", how do they find the time and money to spy on peaceful: trade negotiators, lawyers consulting on trade negotiations, local grass roots politicians, business leaders, academics and regular people's emails and web visits, plus have the additional free time to monitor teenage daughters sexting?
Focus people. Think. Threats to the common person's computer security are national security threats.
Sure you like to hide behind the commercial crooks, use some of the same tools, and hide your malware traffic in with their malware traffic.
GCHQ, NSA and CSIS, with your lax attitude on trojans and spyware for commercial theft you're inadvertently aiding terrorists; you're standing by and watching people give espionage tools to terrorists.
Obviously many of the spyware techies of those agencies read this website. Please lobby your bosses on this issue.
You and us, we're on the same side. I realize this is probably just an oversight on your bosses' part, not seeing the potential these tools, thinking they're only a base criminal threat and not realizing their a gift to terrorists. Please help your bosses see the reality.