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Originally posted by mrjenka
No problem Lanton, I have NOTHING to prove to YOU or ANYONE else. I am not going to jepordize my career and livelyhood for the sake of satisfying some people on an internet board. If I was able to, I would show you pictures, documents etc... Obviously, I can't, therefore I my statement stands. What is so unbelievable about someone working for the U.S. goverment? You guys would be surprised how many people "in the know" read this site on a regular bases and make posts. And the reason why we do not disclose what we do and who we work for is due to the same response I recieved from you Lanton. Have nice day.
Originally posted by danielbarnett4037
You really should not pass comment on things you know nothing about.
You need to read the site that he has. He saw lots of things on his "Travels" go read up on it.
As for hacking, of course computers will be wired to a network, maybe not directly, but how do you think they store information on anything?UFOs, USOs etc. And also pass information between each other. This is 2006, they are not using typewriters!
Come on guys think out of the box a little.
And hacking does not constitute finding National Secrets in 5 minutes online
Originally posted by alternateheaven
I hate to do this cause it looks like nitpicking but the so-called 'invulnerable to decryption' algos are not pefect and not flawless, therefore they cannot be invulnerable no matter how much someone wants to believe it. Having a huge keysize of say 1024 or 2048 or even larger 4096 (which is slow as can be) doesn't mean its going to be uncrackable. The algos are written by humans and we are all prone to error therefore in every such invulnerable algo there probably flaws which will eventually present themselves after enough scrutiny and render the algo useless. The point is nothing is totallly safe, so to enterain such a mindset is dangerous in terms of security.
Originally posted by mrjenka
So know the NSA's got your ISP, knows which ISP your with, your internet bill (which gives them your name and ID no.), which means they know where you live and your life history (including your medical history). If you really were with the DIA, you would've kept your mouth shut.
I live in Willow Grove, Pa. I use Comcast Cable. Although I have a T1 connection also. I am not sure who your reffering to as "they" but "they" know EVERYTHING about you anyway. Why is it SO hard to believe someone works for a branch of our government? I am an intelligence analyst, does that mean anything to you?
Originally posted by dgoodpasture
You guys should stop arguing over who works for what... does anyone remember what the topic of this thread is? Regardless of where you work or who you are, you're made up of blood, bones and skin... you have a brain, eyes and ears... no one here is more believable than anyone else until proven otherwise. So far the only credible source we have to date with a Name, a job, and an interview... is the hacker and the information he provided us.. keep that in mind.
[edit on 22-2-2006 by dgoodpasture]
Originally posted by Hammer of God
Another example of how nasty this place can be and how heavily infiltrated it is by members of whatever agency is interested posing as normal posters.
Gary Mckinnon is a genuine guy and this has been rumbling on for a while.
Is it possible he hacked into something he shouldn't have?
Of course it is...