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>Posted by AmanfromMars on 3/1/2011 6:50:43 AM

@ AmanfromMars
Any chance you could share some keys to your encryption protocol?” ….. Posted by Vauung on 3/1/2011 1:18:07 AM

Yes, there is every chance, Vauung, but they are proprietary and every bit as explosive as having the trigger keys to nuclear arsenals. The virtual damage that can be done to vital infrastructure in an instant with their misuse, does however ensure that they are shared with nobody’s fool, and really carefully with those who are in a powerful position to use them to positive advantage. And all of that makes them extremely valuable too, which adds another dimension to who is qualified to use them, for onward sale to third parties without the necessary control structures, to enrich oneself with the knowledge which has been freely shared/given, has automatic catastrophic consequences for such agents.

Hence the great care to guarantee that such self-destructive harm is avoided at all cost and whatever the cost.

Would you give a nuclear bomb to a mad fool or sad tool? One hopes not, but Man is such an idiot, is he not, and thus are such safeguards on sensitive subjects, a most sensible preamble.

http://thedailybell.com/1793/Yet-More-Signals-of-Afghan-Wars-End.html
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Crazy Princes are always a Toxic Liability Attracting Increasing Attention …

Posted Tuesday 2nd March 2011 07:26 GMT 

….. which Destroys Advanced Enhanced Security Provision and AES Measures/Services/Programs.

Reputation salvaging …. I’d put money on HBGary changing their name next. Suggestions?” …. zef Posted Tuesday 1st March 2011 18:10 GMT

Yeah, well, hmmm? ….. That worked out real fine for Blackwater/Xe, didn’t it.

http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2011/03/01/hbgary_ceo_resigns_over_anon_hack/
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amanfromMars
2 March 2011 at 7:47 am

Mars and Stalin, you shouldn’t believe everything you read in the Belfast Telegraph.” ….. pauluk 1 March 2011 at 10:34 pm

Hi, pauluk 1,

The wiser and wisest of men would probably do best not believing anything which can be read in papers, for the picture they paint is past and it is old news that they share, and it is the future which matters.

And newspaper owners always have a subjective political agenda which dictates what they they share, and how they share it. Or are they completely different from everybody else?

I don’t think so, ……  ergo are they the best of fish supper wrappings. If you want future news and innovative views, here in virtual space is where IT’s all at, and where all the big hitters hang out for the craic and the zerodays to exploit.

http://sluggerotoole.com/2011/02/28/dup-announce-assembly-candidates/

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Virtual OmniScience, AI Special Forces Terrain for Perfect Team Players/Ab Fab Non-State Actors

Posted Wednesday 2nd March 2011 16:30 GMT   

Methinks, or if one is a Brit, one hopes and fully expects that Blighty’s concentrating on RAW Excellence in the Field of Cyber Command and Communicative Computer Control for Remote Leadership of the Global Narrative with Media Tales following and launching IT Trails and AIMIssions.

It is certainly something which they will be competing against, and chasing after if their Cyber Security Operations Centre isn’t up to scratch, for the want of ITs SMARTer NEUKlearer Weapons and HyperRadioProActive ProgramMING.

And those two paragraphs are directly targeted at the brightest in Thames House and the finest in Cheltenham, for surely they can do better than accept sub-prime ministerial leaderships and petty cabinet coup plots for nations’ daily fix of information and intelligence, which has been somewhat considerably dumbed down of late, to catch the attention of the virtual retard rather than educate and entertain the masses with the pleasures and opportunities of the future.

[Quantum Communications BetaTest XSSXXXX 1103021630]

http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2011/03/02/watchkeeper_new_delay/
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As clear as day

Posted Wednesday 2nd March 2011 15:56 GMT  

Whenever the cost of a product is such an obvious rip-off, does it denote a struggling and criminal administration in charge of delivery? And a lack of Intellectual Property to sustain their regimes. And such monumental overruns are just another form of quantitative easing to prop up the crooked Ponzi money system and its politicians.

http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2011/03/02/watchkeeper_new_delay/

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