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Moscow communicated with a ring of alleged spies in America by encoding instructions in otherwise innocent-looking images on public websites. It’s a process called steganography. And it’s one of a slew of high-tech and time-tested methods that the deep-cover agents and their Russian handlers used to pass information — from private Wi-Fi networks to buried paper bags.
Putin hopes US spying claims 'won't harm ties'
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin says he hopes a series of arrests over an alleged spy ring in the US will not harm US-Russian relations.
Mr Putin told former US President Bill Clinton in Moscow he hoped "positive things achieved in recent years will be preserved".
Originally posted by monkeySEEmonkeyDO
This could be a staged attempt to empower Obama's internet kill-switch for conspiracy, or as they like to put it "domestic terrorism", websites.
[edit on 29-6-2010 by monkeySEEmonkeyDO]
Originally posted by 12voltz
T his is why we need to have better security on websites
h ow easy is it for spies to send info around the world
e asy as writing on a alternative website
i n front of everyone,so all can see
r eally obvious if you know where to look
o nly a friggen genius would pick up on it
n ot only that but you can really confuse the enemy by
t rying to make it look like you are a crazy person
o nly here to talk about ufo's.
u nless something is done about this we could
s lip back into a cold war