* Posts by rpi3parallax

15 posts • joined 1 Aug 2017

Good Lord: Former UK spy boss backs crypto

rpi3parallax

Re: In response, a Government spokemans said today

Apple added 2012 ---> Spear Heading

It's like someone stepped into the open source scene at apple, laid out a huge chocolate fudge dragon for the whole world to see and then said... No the GCC compiler doesnt have any back-doors, just lots and lots of extra C++ and even more obfuscation oh and dont mind these Certificates from VISA, MASTERCARD and American Express.. You can trust the Bank!

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Apple

What did you do to the security of Apple - which at one time produced open firmware because they had nothing to hide- suddenly using Intel Chips with Microcode closed source firmware? The apple security KeyChain now pre-loaded with RSA Certificates for the Bank of America - You worthless Tax evading - Bastards!

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Devil

Re: Security

All these three letter and four letter agencies have destroyed the security of there own platforms in ways that have never been seen before and probably will never be seen again.

You fell into bed with a load of advertising networks, that simply wanted to make a fast buck and to hell with security and privacy right?

Don't tell me there are no back-doors in open source and open standards, you put them in there and now your whining because the general public realise it all boils down to helping large corperate banks with there Tax evasion and it all boils down to Money and helping the 1% at the top get away with pure criminality and things hidden inside the C source compiler that makes the government scream.

Word's like the "communist" parties wire-tap and thanks largely to there efforts the huge dump they've taken into the so called Open Source World with there "Spatial Offset Divergence" which means trillions in dollars in fixing and cleaning up the mistake of miscreants, but dont worry the Law is in place and knows exactly how to deal with these people, in foreign countries "Spies" are shot and so they bloody well should be!

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Angel

Re: Counter-terrorism not the only national security threat we face

Correct, the threat of Global nuclear war, by enflaming situations by deploying aircraft carriers equiped with toma-hawk cruise missles and nuclear war heads wouldnt be seen as an act of aggression.

Pfft, the North Koreans already have "Nuclear" capabilities they've had them for some time.

Satelitte images show you the Flower patern Nuclear Silo's... the US President is trying to inflame N.Korea and divert attention off his mounting Debt problems!

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Angel

Re: Counter-terrorism not the only national security threat we face

Correct, the threat of Global nuclear war, by enflaming situations by deploying aircraft carriers equiped with toma-hawk cruise missles and nuclear war heads wouldnt be seen as an act of aggression.

Pfft, the North Koreans already have "Nuclear" capabilities - they've had them for some time.

Satellite images show you the Flower patern Nuclear Silo's... the US President is trying to inflame N.Korea and divert attention off his own pitiful mounting "Debt" problems.

Going to "War with North Korea" will be Donald Trump's final un-doing!

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Devil

Re: Encryption

Have you tried to run an Old legacy PowerPC running Mac OS 9.2 on the internet lately?

It doesnt connect or go online, due to the huge Crypto update...

Sweet work! Outstanding! didnt impact the end users at all.. Grumble.. Mumble..

Mac OS Network Assitant informing you that the desktop is pre-loaded with remote access features!

Trust Apple!

They at one time made a sweet open-firmware machine, they called it "Quicksilver"

Can GCHQ order techies to work as govt snoops? Experts fear: 'Yes'

rpi3parallax

no magic bullet!

Communications systems are not your legislative playground to do with as you please, get over it!

Your talking about "Billions of Dollars" in transactions and you'd like to look at it, im sure we all would...

But thats why it's illegal in the first place!

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FAIL

Fail

The Wiretap Act, codified by 18 U.S. Code § 2511, is a federal law aimed at protecting privacy in communications with other persons. Typically, when you think of a "wiretap," the first thing that comes to mind is someone listening to your telephone calls. But the Act protects more than that. Under the Act, it is illegal to:

intentionally or purposefully

intercept, disclose, or use the contents of

any wire, oral, or electronic communication

through the use of a "device."

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Mr Snowden?

@Doctor Syntax Mr Snowden didnt work alone, Mr Stallman & Julian Assange helped.

As a long suffering Mac OS user, I can tell you I was not keen on XServe or XCPU being in Darwin!

An to think it I once used to program in Debian..

XNU Kernel - 10's Not Unix! :P

Sorry, psycho bosses, it's not OK to keylog your employees

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Boffin

pfft

Proabably sacked him after realising the Game he was working on was gold dust and wanted to steal all his work and turn a profit on claiming the code was theirs.

'Real' people want govts to spy on them, argues UK Home Secretary

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Windows

Re: Ask her this

Yes, you can, I didnt say a built up public area where blanketing would be noticed also I also would love to know how when it's a unit the size of a belkin router with a huge antenna rigged up to a car battery you'd ever be found using it. After all how exactly would you propose you trace a signal thats stated goal is - Signal JAMMING?

Everyday I get on the train and people are glued like Zombie's to there smart phone and I personally find it deeply objectionable that those devices are composed of proprietary firmware blobs that you as a programmer are not allow to disect. you are aware I trust you can buy small pocket sized unit's that would only effect anything or any one in your imediate proximity.

I doesnt have to extend to a range of 3 miles that was simply for the dramatic effect of getting the point accross and directional jammers oh boy those are fun too, did you know they sell noise blanketing units with disks that vibrate the glass on your windows and units you can suspend from the ceiling,

'Real' people want govts to spy on them, argues UK Home Secretary

'REAL' people want to spy on there own government and there elected representatives, that is after all how this technology works, its not about you spying on all of us, it's about all of us being able to spy on all of you!

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Stop

Re: Ask her this

Just dont listen to the off-shore tax evading bint!

She's only digging her-self into a hole she can't climb out of...

She has absolutely no buisness telling people what they can and can't do...

If I put my smart phone in a microwave whilst I have a private conversation or use a GSM jammer to blanket the signal so no device within a 3 mile radius to me works, then thats my legal perogative and I am allowed to do that, just like I am allowed to play C-Tone for wire-taps as an ambient background tone when I make a phone call or use any other technical innovation such as a pair of scissors on those ethernet cables and telling my service provider to shovel there service up there ass.

Look out Silicon Valley, here comes Brit bruiser Amber Rudd to lay down the (cyber) law

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IT Angle

Eau De Toilette

Bell-Labs created the Worlds first Computerised Telephone "Wire-Tap" in 1965 almost every computer user is aware of this, if there not - then they're are sadly retarded and need to go re-read the telephone tapping wikipedia - it is not "Semper Occultis" - always secret!

Everybody is aware that it is used by some of the largest banking conglomerates, mostly within the US to transfer money, securely. What is not widely advertised ,is that it is very much still in use, a testimony of engineering to the guy's who created it. I do believe they won the turing award. Dennis Macallister Ritchie and Ken Thompson.

If your not sure what it is, go ask a bunch of hackers, they'll show it to you, whilst explaining that it was the perfect system, hetrogenous, distributed & even clustering. Putting all work by subsequent others into the shade. Whilst also providing a system that was considered to be too open, allowing any other user to log in as a guest under the user account "none" which nobody wanted because they all felt they had something to hide - so Berkley (in)-Secure Demon was born!

The Wiretap Act, codified by 18 U.S. Code § 2511, is a federal law aimed at protecting privacy in communications with other persons. Typically, when you think of a "wiretap," the first thing that comes to mind is someone listening to your telephone calls. But the Act protects more than that.

Under the Act, it is illegal to:

Intentionally or purposefully intercept, disclose, or use the contents of any wire, oral, or electronic communication through the use of a "device" and that is for obvious logical as well as legal reason's.

The Act provides criminal and civil penalties for violations, although it creates various exceptions to when interceptions and disclosures are illegal. Such as breaking all the cryptography used to protect information in transit and running off laundering billions in Bonds.

Diamonds are Forever

From Russia with Love

Holy-C stand's for Holy "Communism" for the computer community by the computer community, wire-tap your friends, wire-tap your naighbours, anything for an advertsing fast-buck an to hell with the rest of society, whilst the government just doesnt get it and pisses even more good money after bad.

Yes it's available for everybody to download for free and that is something that really cheese's the government off, because unfortunately it was made by a load of hackers for use by a load of hackers.

C-Tone for Wire-taps, Mmmm.

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Mushroom

Re: Really?

They already have carefully thought-through, legally covered arrangements.

Those are the bits within your freeware that proclaim with some pride, "no liability accepted!"

Sorry we forgot to tell you POSIX thread's are viral in nature for about every 2,500 lines of code, so yeah your screwed. Hungaria has had enough, Russia has had enough, indeed a lot of your own constituants have had more than enough, flying off halfway around the world trying to impress upon everybody that you should be allowed to access "Switched Access Services" so you can launder money faster is not winning you any voters.

Deal with the Criminal "Bankers" first, before you make it your parties manifesto about laying down the law to everybody else.

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Devil

Not reading.. FIngers in ears and "Lalalalalala!"

Bad enough you've got a load of National Security Guys - Yes, disgraced M. Flynn taking advantage of off-shore tax havens, then there Mrs Rudd who was also a “corporate advisor” at a biodegradable plastics firm during a failed “major expansion” that was later criticised as being “too swift”. That firm went into liquidation owing £4.8million.

Does Ms Rudd know what the Wiretap Law is within the United States or what it stipulates? If not then she is in no possition to comment and should keep her mouth shut!

All these calls for greater powers are laughable. 71 Bankers most with ties to Citibank and Russia are dead "shot" not one was chalked up to being an accident. The government says it's got the right's to wiretap everybody, fantastic we the internet consortium agree whole heartedly, the sooner we wiretap all the politicial classes with our ghost in the wire "Communist" wiretap, used by citibank and Kushner and Co. to launder billions in Bonds and evade tax, the sooner we'll all be so safer.

Yes, he did hard time for it back when it was Windows 95 and if you read his daddy's indictment, it clearly stipulates "wire-fraud" and now we have his step daddy with all his debts endorsing what he does!

So the security services where caught tampering with the "wiretap" which under the law is illegal by weakening encryption and being able to read information flowing down the wire, which is no longer possible after a load of scientists and boffins fixed it.

So to be clear you climbed into Putin's bed when it suited you, now that he and the computer community expose you and your corruption, you all want to play holier than thou.

I know what I would say to Ms Rudd, if I where Tim Cook, it would be a short two worded reply!

Starting with "F" and ending in "F"

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