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Originally posted by GT100FV
The point is that there are a lot of codes, and they are changed periodically. Even if you cracked one, you wouldn't have access to the others without cracking them too, and no one individual could give out every code.
Originally posted by Rasputin13
If for some small chance this were actually true, we wouldn't be hearing about it. The last thing the Russians would want is for us to find out that our communications had been compromised and cause us to change our codes and whatnot.
We didn't find out until decades later that the US had intercepted communications from the Soviet Union, which allowed them to identify Russian spies, US double agents and much more. And how long did it take before the public knew that we had cracked the Japanese codes as well as Germany's?
People need to stop believing everything they read on the internet- especially when it comes from such questionable source(s). It'd bad enough that people trust the mainstream media, but even worse that they trust a website with an obvious agenda.
Also remember that between groups like the CIA and the Mossad, we have plenty of moles in Russian Intelligence and Iranian Intelligence. Somewhere along the line our military would have gotten wind of this- and long before some unreliable website did.