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originally posted by: RickinVa
originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: RickinVa
Really? You have better things to do than research and link passages from a previous membership to this one and mock me. I wonder how much of your better spent time you used to do that? Certainly more than a few minutes. What was your motivation to do that?
What a joke.
Using the ATS search engine for Autumnwitch657 takes about 10 seconds.
The thing is, what you said on your old account doesn't match what you say on this account, which leaves you with zero credibility.
You have a nice day and keep on posting 30 times a day, I could really care less about you or anything you have to say.
I trust Assange way more than I do you.
originally posted by: dashen
Whats goin on here?
Julian Assange Twitted the following
4767 5774 6a7a 4d6c 6330 666b 314a 3453 0000 0907 84b4 f787 7616 86f7 a737 5707 5736
and then Edward Snowden does this
People getting all nervous and whatnot.
can anyone make any sense of this?
Already hearing reports that the infamous "insurance file" has been de-crypted but i think that is fake news.
Any yalls heard anything?
Encryption allows for the input data to be recreated (decrypted) by using the same key that was used to encrypt it.
It is possible that the message is some cipher but who ever it is meant for would have to know the method to decrypt it. It would not be for public consumption since we don't know that method, short of that someone telling us or someone figuring it out.
By putting it on the internet though, whomever was waiting for it would get the message, but not be linked to it as opposed to sending a direct email. I thought that was obvious.