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Did the NSA register on my forum? Bounced NSA email!

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posted on Jul, 28 2012 @ 03:36 AM
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After I sent a mass email from my forum to all members to promote some of my new videos, in one of the bounced messages I received, I saw this email address:

postmaster@nsa.gov

There was no other info in the body of the bounced email. It was blank except for that email address.

WTF? Did someone from the NSA register an account? If so, why did they make it so obvious as to have NSA in the email?

Or is this just a psyops to try to scare us?

Was this a rookie NSA personnel who forgot to disguise his email address? lol

Unfortunately, I have no way of doing a search by email to find out which user name that email belonged to. And even if I did, it may not show an NSA email, because it's possible that that email I received was from a forwarded email?

What I mean is that the person may have used a different email to register here that does not have "nsa.gov" in it, but which when you write to it, gets forwarded to an nsa.gov email? If so, then for some reason, it bounced back to me from the nsa.gov domain itself?

If so, then I have no way of knowing which email in the memberlist gets routed to the NSA account, unless I emailed every email here one by one separately until the bounce from NSA occurs again, which would take forever.

This is pretty scary isn't it? It means we have an informant for the NSA here, which means we are on their watch list!

Btw, I Googled "postmaster@nsa.gov" and found out that Microsoft has an NSA key in its Windows registry. It looks like this:



Type Bits/KeyID Date User ID
pub 1024/51682D1F 1999/09/06 NSA's Microsoft CAPI key postmaster@nsa.gov

-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
Version: 2.6.3i
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=PhHT
-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----


However, I don't know what that has to do with bounced emails from my forum.

But I don't understand. Anyone can monitor a site or forum without creating an account. Why would the NSA create an account on a forum, unless they have someone posting there?
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posted on Jul, 28 2012 @ 03:58 AM
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Where was this forum located? I think either someone who works for the NSA is a fan of your videos, or the NSA is watching everything (well, this is the case anyway). What was the content in your videos? The NSA is like an information clearinghouse, it knows everything that is going on. For sure. But do they have to register to watch your videos or to post or both? Are you thinking there was an agent working on misinfo?

The NSA also knows everything that is going on with corrupt government officials and corporations, by the way.
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posted on Jul, 28 2012 @ 03:59 AM
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Good For Them.

It means that you are a potential Screwball,Moron,or Candidate,

and they tagged your tail.

You Big Dummy Head,
HooHaa! Wildmanimal



posted on Jul, 28 2012 @ 04:20 AM
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Originally posted by darkbake
Where was this forum located? I think either someone who works for the NSA is a fan of your videos, or the NSA is watching everything (well, this is the case anyway). What was the content in your videos? The NSA is like an information clearinghouse, it knows everything that is going on. For sure. But do they have to register to watch your videos or to post or both? Are you thinking there was an agent working on misinfo?

The NSA also knows everything that is going on with corrupt government officials and corporations, by the way.
edit on 28-7-2012 by darkbake because: (no reason given)


My forum is at www.happierabroad.com...

No you don't have to have an account to see my videos or view my forum. Maybe they are posting in my forum? I do get a lot of traffic there and have controversial content. However, my site is about dating and expat living, and inspires people to live abroad outside the USA/Canada. It is not a conspiracy site, although we sometimes have topics on conspiracies since I'm a conspiracy buff.

What is the purpose of the NSA or CIA? Who do they benefit? What good do they do?

The US military and National Guard are enough to protect the USA, so why are such clandestine organizations necessary, esp when they can do anything they want and get away with it under the guise of "national security" since they are above the law.

It does seem that the government or Google tries to help some conspiracy sites or dissenting sites rank high. Maybe they see them as a hub place that draws people they can monitor? Kind of like how Facebook helps them?




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posted on Jul, 28 2012 @ 04:23 AM
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This looks like an encrypted message. I saw one of these. The Illuminati uses GPA keys to communicate. You would need a key. Maybe it came as an attachment?



posted on Jul, 28 2012 @ 04:24 AM
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Originally posted by Wildmanimal
reply to post by WWu777
 


Good For Them.

It means that you are a potential Screwball,Moron,or Candidate,

and they tagged your tail.

You Big Dummy Head,
HooHaa! Wildmanimal



Candidate for what? To join them? If I didn't have a big mouth and wasn't so brutally honest, they might have already invited me to join them. lol

Have any of you seen "The Good Shepherd" with Matt Damon, where he was invited to join the secret societies?



posted on Jul, 28 2012 @ 04:26 AM
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Originally posted by swan001
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This looks like an encrypted message. I saw one of these. The Illuminati uses GPA keys to communicate. You would need a key. Maybe it came as an attachment?


I copied and pasted that GPA key from an ATS thread. It wasn't in my email box. All I saw in my email box was a bounced message from postmaster@nsa.gov

I got it from this thread after Googling it:

www.abovetopsecret.com...

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posted on Jul, 28 2012 @ 04:29 AM
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Intriguing.
Maybe nsa sent you the key... did you try replying to the e-mail?
BTW if you want the program, I think I found the program. If this download don't work, try Googling GnuPG:

www.gpg4win.org...

If this download don't work, try Googling GnuPG:
Hope that helps, I gotta go now.

EDIT: I visited the ATS link you gave, and yeah, this looks like a key.
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posted on Jul, 28 2012 @ 04:36 AM
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Originally posted by WWu777
WTF? Did someone from the NSA register an account? If so, why did they make it so obvious as to have NSA in the email?


The NSA are just as entitled to have a laugh at the rubbish you post as anyone else!

jezebel.com...



posted on Jul, 28 2012 @ 04:36 AM
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Originally posted by swan001
reply to post by WWu777
 


Intriguing.
Maybe nsa sent you the key... did you try replying to the e-mail?
BTW if you want the program, I think I found the program. If this download don't work, try Googling GnuPG:

www.gpg4win.org...

If this download don't work, try Googling GnuPG:
Hope that helps, I gotta go now.

EDIT: I visited the ATS link you gave, and yeah, this looks like a key.
edit on 28-7-2012 by swan001 because: (no reason given)


I don't understand what this program is. Isn't it installed in all Windows operating systems? If so, why do we need to download it?

Anyone can email postmaster@nsa.gov, but I don't think they will reply.



posted on Jul, 28 2012 @ 04:39 AM
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Originally posted by spoor

Originally posted by WWu777
WTF? Did someone from the NSA register an account? If so, why did they make it so obvious as to have NSA in the email?


The NSA are just as entitled to have a laugh at the rubbish you post as anyone else!

jezebel.com...


I don't post any rubbish since nothing I post is false or misleading. Honesty is rare, which is why I stand out. I am also very big on accuracy. I don't think the NSA would waste their time just for entertainment. But I hope that's all it is.

Besides me, many other people post on my forum, just like this one. So it may be a tracking ground for them to spy on others as well. Nothing I say is a threat to the NSA or TPTB anyway.



posted on Jul, 28 2012 @ 04:46 AM
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Winston

Do you remember T.H.E ?




posted on Jul, 28 2012 @ 04:54 AM
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Maybe your posts are a drop site for messages, have you had replies or posts between other members that dont make any sense? Well dont pertain to the context of the conversations?



posted on Jul, 28 2012 @ 05:26 AM
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Originally posted by WWu777
After I sent a mass email from my forum to all members to promote some of my new videos, in one of the bounced messages I received, I saw this email address: postmaster@nsa.gov .. WTF? Did someone from the NSA register an account?


Maybe. But probably not.


Or is this just a psyops to try to scare us?

Doubtful.


Was this a rookie NSA personnel who forgot to disguise his email address? ...

Doubtful.


.. the person may have used a different email to register here that does not have "nsa.gov" in it, but which when you write to it, gets forwarded to an nsa.gov email? If so, then for some reason, it bounced back to me from the nsa.gov domain itself?


1. If an NSA employee registered on his own (so to speak), one would hope that he wouldn't have used his work email. (same as any job) But if he had, your email wouldn't have bounced back (even if you're not an approved sender).

2. If NSA registered, & they were up to something "sneaky" they wouldn't have used an NSA email.

3. If someone used a personal email to forward to their NSA email, you wouldn't have gotten the postmaster bounce back. It would have bounced back to the forwarding initiator (his 1st email), not to the original sender (you).

4. So I'd wager on Joe Schmo registering to participate, but not wanting to give his real email address - so he just made one up. Very common.

I wouldn't worry about it.
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posted on Jul, 28 2012 @ 05:33 AM
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It could have been some joker on your forum who registered with an nsa email just to be a troll.
Given the truth of the content on your forum though, I think it's perfectly likely it could actually be monitored by the NSA. The American government despises all things good and truthful.



posted on Jul, 28 2012 @ 05:37 AM
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Originally posted by WWu777
Anyone can email postmaster@nsa.gov, but I don't think they will reply.


"postmaster" is normally a reserved & wholly automated account. You can write to it, but it'll either bounce back, or it'll expire before anyone ever sees it.

Its function is to notify/bounce back, emails sent to non-existent accounts, emails that don't pass their spam/virus tests, emails that are too large, come from unauthorized senders etc. It's basically an automated gatekeeper.



posted on Jul, 28 2012 @ 05:41 AM
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perhaps some kid entered address like blahblah@nsa.gov and mailer daemon software (usually configured to use postmaster account) bounced your mail because of unknown email address.

but hey, there has to be a conspiracy everywhere, right? here's one: how much fluoride was really in all the toothpaste you ate in your life, because it's hard to believe that someone running an internet forum isn't able to figure out such a silly situation and sees a government plot everywhere. they've screwed up your IQ, really.



posted on Jul, 28 2012 @ 06:00 AM
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The level of ego to think you are that important for the NSA to have it in for you staggers the imagination...



posted on Jul, 28 2012 @ 06:50 AM
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en.wikipedia.org...
They have recorded arnd are recording you and me and all of us and every call made from every single person, landline or cell phone...and are way above the CIA and FBI...another is the NRO (National Reconaissance Office)
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posted on Jul, 28 2012 @ 08:19 AM
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I think you are all jumping to conclusions based on pretty much no information. Without the FULL HEADERS of the email, it is impossibl to know if the email actually came from the NSA or any government agency. Most times, they are faked by spammers or other annoying individuals. The "from" address, in fact all parts, in email are very easily faked. It takes no effort at all.

I know this because I've been running mail servers professionally since the early 90s.

So, paste the entire email headers and we will actually be able to tell you where it came from. If there literally no headers, someone's messing with you and it isn't the government. Feds know how to send email and use forums correctly.

Also, keep in mind that the government doesn't have to login to your forum to watch it. They would likely watch traffic from your provider or even their upstream providers. If that didn't get them what they wanted, they usually, at least in my experience, get a judge to issue a subpoena to the provider to force them into helping. What they don't do is login directly to your site so you know they're watching.

Since the early 90s I have had to work with several subpoenas like that, but they have always been related to serious illegal activity such as illegal porn (you know the type), death threats and financial issues such as scams. Even then, we were asked for data we had stored, not real time data.

It is important to debunk this type of thing. We wouldn't want to be paying attention to irrelevant information. That, more than anything, would serve government agenda.
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