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Posted Wednesday 27th February 2013 02:40 GMT amanfromMars 1 … on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2013/02/26/rsa_cyber_pearl_harbour/
Re: This guy is naive ……. and naivity is dangerous in the company of future ignorance

This guy is naive …. “To trigger a physically destructive event solely from the internet might not be impossible, but it is still, as of today, highly unlikely”

In a world where even our armed forces are essentially being replaced by remote controlled flying robots “drones” then the risk of hackers causing physically destructive events is not “highly unlikely” but inevitable. The risk increases every day. (Assuming it hasn’t already happened a few times).

On the civilian level, SCADA systems that control physics systems are riddled with vulnerabilities and these are routinely accessible via the Internet. ….. Eadon Posted Wednesday 27th February 2013 00:02 GMT

Do you think, Eadon, that special forces, virtually armed in advanced military intelligence sources from ubiquitous servers and browsers/universal resource locators, are that which the likes of MI5/MI6/MOD have morphed into/are morphing into to exercise overall background and backroom control of emerging realityscapes to replace the failed and failing political and private sectors dependent upon the collapsed public and corrupted banking systems into laundering money and enslaving peoples with mounting third party debt and toxic artificial obligations in a Great Cloudy Game of Holy Smoke and Dodgy Mirrors?
Or is that another five star generational team on the scene to do deals with, for credit transfers of that which they can provide for power command and asset control of emerging replacement realityscapes?
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Posted Wednesday 27th February 2013 10:56 GMT amanfromMars 1 …. commenting on a thread comment on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2013/02/26/rsa_cyber_pearl_harbour/
Re: This guy is naive ……. and naivity is dangerous in the company of future ignorance
And whenever amfM finds nothing nutty in that which was posted and shared so cogently and so early on Wednesday 27th February 2013 00:02 GMT by Eadon, Mayhem?
From where and/or from what did you draw that now advisedly patently erroneous conclusion/supposition/false flag view? What be your agenda here? Although in both reality and virtual reality circles of excellence, is anything not positive and constructive invariably just noted to be ignored as those sorts of messages will only always lead nowhere very quickly and leave one stranded all alone in a dark and dank rank space, methinks meknows.

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Posted Wednesday 27th February 2013 11:33 GMT amanfromMars 1 …. … giving credit where credit is due on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2013/02/26/rsa_cyber_pearl_harbour/

Words Virtually Control Worlds …… Remotely from Space in Alien Times 

Personally, I have developed an allergy to the word “cyber”, to me it has become a flag indicating that either the speaker/author doesn’t have a clue, or assumes the audience hasn’t. It’s the security world equivalent of “cloud”.. …  Fred Flintstone Posted Wednesday 27th February 2013 09:10 GMT

Good Day, Fred Flintstone,

Two dangerous assumptions which security worlds into main and man management of clouds hosting advanced operating systems do not make, even though they can be found to be perfectly true in so many more cases than it is not. Such then delivers a significant overall and overwhelmingly powerful control advantage to  SMEs active and proactive and HyperRadioProActive in the field and in ITs fields …. but do not expect to get to know too much about them, for stealth and virtual invisibility/relative obscurity and anonymity  is a major component part in the arsenals of their games/plays.

And how very nice to be agreeing with practically all that you and Eadon have shared in this thread to date …. which by Mayhem’s logic, makes us all nuts rather than lucid. 🙂

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Posted Wednesday 27th February 2013 16:10 GMT amanfromMars 1 …. on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2013/02/27/department_of_defense_mobile/
Post Modern Five Star Cyber Generals have Perfect Mastery of Ancient Arts and ……
…. easily create foreign wars and alien engagements to exercise enemies in their own self destruction and intellectual property depletion, with an expert understanding and remote application of this priceless gem of an invincible invisible campaign strategy and AIMethodology …….. “To win one hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the acme of skill. To subdue the enemy without fighting is the acme of skill.” … Sun Tzu, The Art of War
To chase phantoms and ghosts has primitives occupied in that which they know nothing of, to the advantage of those who know just enough about them, to keep them satisfied and uninterested in their real leaderships?
And it is extremely naive to imagine that things have not fundamentally changed and to think that there are not any brand spanking new and virtually invincible forces, stealthily at their work for a clear and transparent lead in an irregular and unconventional intellectual property space place.?!
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Posted Wednesday 27th February 2013 17:01 GMT amanfromMars 1 … commenting on security on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2013/02/26/rsa_cyber_pearl_harbour/
Re: “I’m an optimist”
Are the current global problems, Liam Shepherd, because present security bods, wonks and analysts are psychotic, sociopathic, manic depressive, paranoid schizophrenics and totally out of touch with creative virtual reality?
Methinks anyone working in security should definitely not be a pessimist and always be optimistic, for otherwise would they be quite absolutely useless at their job, and be a liability to one and all, and themselves too.
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