posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 07:38 PM
reply to post by jedi_hamster
His email was hacked. The digital signatures are meaningless. I don't know why you think these are legitimate at all. The writing doesn't even sound
like an english speaker. The hacker added bits to real emails. This is so transparently BS... You are beating a dead horse.
yes, his email was hacked. that's the whole reason of this thread.
digital signatures aren't meaningless, that's one thing - because they CANNOT BE FAKED. it is mathematically IMPOSSIBLE to fake those in any
reasonable time, even with the computing power of NSA, CIA and FBI combined.
second thing, when i say they are legitimate - it means i've verified them. signature contains certificate signed by US DoD (public keys of DoD can
be downloaded from .mil sites to verify that the certificate is real and valid - and certificates from these emails ARE), and encrypted hashcode of
the message contents, which cannot be faked without having the private part of the signing certificate, which is stored on personal smart card (CAC)
of the sender of such message. i'm still verifying the signature on the email from Eugene Furst (wether the contents were altered, is uncertain, but
the certificate is certainly his). all this info and more can be found in my topic in RATS forum.
but of course it's easier to call it BS, throwing the same "doesn't even sound like an english speaker" crap all over the place. that
english-related crap is about colonel's wife's emails, NOT his. did you even bother to read HIS emails? hint: they're not in those fancy pictures.
hint 2: it is you that is beating a dead horse, while making yourself look like a complete, uneducated, ignorant fool.