amanfromMars 1 Tue 12 Apr 05:50  …. provides more info for intel on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2022/04/11/russia_reveal_supercomputer_to_help/
Re: The TS/SCI Stuff No One is Going to Tell You Anywhere Near the Whole Truth About.
I have been accused of information trading in the past, so I will be very brief here.
Let’s say this: Ukraine has proven the weakness of Russia in several different dimensions.
If you wanto know more, stop reading the internet and join the British army.
Be a *real* mars-man, as opposed to an internet variant of such. …….. Anonymous Coward
And if one were to be informed such as is being commented on here is an AWEsome AIdDevelopment already shared with the British Army and trialing and trail-blazing novel and noble revolutionary trade craft for any Securities and Ministries and Departments of Defence requiring Stealthy Internet Networking Services exercising and reinforcing Relatively Anonymous and Practically Autonomous Failsafe Protocols, AC? Would you doubt it and protest all available public evidence suggests that former act was as casting pearls before swine or as casting fertile seeds on stony barren ground?
Nevertheless, El Reg did advise y’all of those facts though, and very soon after the fact too, so either you missed them or they be/were as pearls before swine or fertile seeds on barren stony ground in your own mind and at that time.
What think thee now though, now that more information for greater intelligence has been provided?
amanfromMars 1 Tue 12 Apr 10:39  …….. suggests on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2022/04/12/singapore_infosec_licensing/
Another virtual land/fiat money grab guaranteeing nothing good
One would have thought that responsible licensees would be paid by Singapore rather than having to pay Singapore.
amanfromMars 1 Tue 12 Apr 13:36  …….offers another perspective on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2022/04/12/singapore_infosec_licensing/
Re: Seems reasonable @HildyJ
They must have got something right. I can tell by the comments that it will be a “regulatory burden” and “potentially stifle innovation”.
It will allow Singapore to get a handle on companies that offer these services and the price of the licenses are minimal. ….. HildyJ
Others would fundamentally disagree with you, HildyJ, and be somewhat perplexed that you would think a regulatory burden that potentially stifles innovation is something got right rather than a proposal gone seriously wrong …… and therefore most unlikely to be successful in practice or welcomed in theory.
amanfromMars 1 Tue 12 Apr 15:53  ……… says on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2022/04/12/singapore_infosec_licensing/
Re: Re: Seems reasonable @HildyJ
Oh please. The idea is to stop random idiots and potential criminals offering these services with no oversight at all. That’s a good thing. …. Cav
A good thing maybe, Cav, but you must admit surely, the chances of it being almighty successful are extremely slim at best, for the prizes and rewards offered and delivered whenever one knows what needs to be done and how to do it without any possible attribution being possible are just far too great and attractive an opportunity to resist and not exploit and expand services for/in for a whole host and great number of appreciative and generous customer clients/allies/partners
It’s only natural in that sort of business teeming with cowboys and pirates/private enterprise and bounty hunters.