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NSA Attacks on VPN, SSL, TLS, SSH, Tor



I'll just take that as "no, I won't post a hash", then.

29/12/14 13:20, John Young wrote:
>  From discussion on these lists and elsewhere tampering with
> data can, does, occur at every software and hardware hand-off,
> with each self-serving iteration having hidden and vulnerable hardware
> and software undisclosed malignity, no matter the security ostentatiously
> applied: reputation, credibility, impeccability, highly trusted, crypto,
> hashes, fail by ruses of unexamined modules and inevitable, unavoidable
> deceptions of too little skill, too little time, too little suspicion,
> driven by
> need to pay alimony, debts, IRS, loutish family's begging.
>
> Selected hand-offs of innumerable:
>
> Multiple devious inventors, manufacturers and handlers inside and
> outside NSA
> Devious NSA leaking like a sieve to madly grabbing everything devious
> Snowden
> Snowden madly shoveling everything to multiple exceptionally devious
> media persons
> Multiple media persons to hyper devious lawyers, publishing staff, tech
> experts, govs consulted
> Devious selections of data to publish, then revised, then corrected
> DEvious posting on outlet web sites and shoveling to cohort journos
> Devious "authenticating" of docs (the prime deception)
>
> Deviously orchestrated subsequently:
>
> Downloads of docs
> Sharing of docs
> Archiving of docs
> Dropboxing, torrenting of docs
> Biased analysis and cherrypicking of docs
> Multiple tagging and piggybacking and implanting of docs
> Shading, smearing, vaunting, lying about docs
> Accusing and defending about docs
> Writing, lecturing, TEDing about docs
> Dismissing of docs, the threat, the countermeasures
>
> Then deviously shipping, shopping fools to take blame
> by signature-bold leaders of pro and con opportunities
> or to a prize ceremony for valorizing the criminal prize-funder
> and bestowing generous tax avoidances.
>
> These vulns and subterfuges and braggardies are as old as
> comsec, hyperbolized by the digital era for rep building,
> monetizing, and political ideology. These lists survive on
> ingesting these toxic fumes and expel multiple recyclings
> of them for jingle-jangle of gullible consumers, here as in
> in the spy agencies working the yokels.
>
> "NSA" or some monstrous threat -- God, Google, Cisco, MS --
> is inside our skulls and peripherals, left brain in mortal combat
> with the right brain, digital vs analog. Or so we imagine the two
> halves pretending opposition like officials and anarchists to
> outfox deviously malign genitalia orchestrating brain to slave at
> getting food, air and water -- rigging the mind game to lose
> after 60-70 years of wanking the slot handle obsessively.
>
> Hash this motherfucker, said math to germ.
>
> At 03:02 AM 12/29/2014, you wrote:
>> Suggestion: Anyone with a correct version, post sha512 hashes to list.
>> Those with hashes matching John: Do *NOT* change filename, make a
>> single-file torrent, and start seeding. Should have same info-hash, so
>> should simultaneously seed from same DHT node. John can post a magnet
>> link here (or the torrent file on cryptome?) and we can get a
>> verifiable version through P2P.
>>
>> On 29/12/14 06:33, Peter Tonoli wrote:
>>> On 29/12/2014 3:50 pm, Gregory Foster wrote:
>>>> On 12/28/14 10:07 PM, Ryan Carboni wrote:
>>>>> CRC failed in 'media-35515.pdf' file is broken
>>>> http://www.spiegel.de/media/media-35515.pdf
>>>>
>>>>> I guess this is why John never promised anonymity to his sources, he
>>>>> can't get zip files right.
>>>> Zip worked for me.  Thanks, John.
>>> Failed for me, using both UnArchiver and UnRarX :(
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