onsdag 1 januari 2014

NSA har bakdörrar till ALL hårdvara som tillverkats inom IT - Företagen medbrottslingar

Läs den kompletta guiden till NSA:s totalövervakningssamhälle. Genom att samarbeta med storföretagen globalt, så har NSA i hemlighet fått bakdörrar in i nästan all hårdvara inom IT, som någonsin tillverkats på den här planeten....


- The Complete Guide To How The NSA Hacked Everything

Zero Hedge 2013-12-31
Two days ago we observed the latest disclosure in the seemingly endless Snowden treasure trove of leaked NSA files, when Spiegel released the broad details of the NSA's Access Network Technology (ANT) catalog explaining how virtually every hardware architecture in the world has been hacked by the US superspies. 

We followed up with a close up of "Dropout Jeep" - the NSA's project codename for backdoor entry into every iPhone ever handed out to the Apple Borg collective (because it makes you look cool).

- Today, we step back from Apple and release the full ANT catalog showcasing the blueprints of how the NSA managed to insert a backdoor into virtually every piece of hardware known under the sun.

And so, without further ado, here is the complete slidebook of how the NSA hacked, well, everything.



Six Months of NSA Secrets 

Publicerad den 31 dec 2013
Just over six months ago, Edward Snowden and the journalists he's working with took on the most powerful office in the land and the most sophisticated spy agency on the planet. 

They began publishing the National Security Agency's most guarded secrets. In the half-year since, all three branches of government have weighed in on the NSA's spying programs and found the agency to be overstepping its bounds. RT's Sam Sacks takes a look back at what we learned about the NSA this year.

Snowden: - Orwell var en amatör i jämfört med NSA

Eye-Openers: Snowden joins long list of persecuted whistleblowers 

Publicerad den 1 jan 2014
The person who arguably generated more global headlines than any other was a previously-unknown IT worker from the United States. 

While on a job at the CIA, he didn't like what he saw. So Edward Snowden went public telling the world just how far and wide America's electronic surveillance really went. But the truth had consequences. Gayane Chichakyan reports on how the NSA whistleblower joined a long list of those persecuted for exposing government secrets.


NSA wants a supercomputer to crack all encryption

Publicerad den 2 jan 2014
The new year brings new leaks from National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden. The NSA is seeking to build a quantum supercomputer that could crack most types of encryption on the Internet, according to an article by the Washington Post. The project is part of an $80 million research program called "Penetrating Hard Targets." Experts believe a fully functional quantum computer could be built within 10 years. RT's Sam Sacks looks at what these code-breaking capabilities could mean for banking, medical and financial transactions.***



NSA har bakdörrar till ALL hårdvara som tillverkats inom IT - Företagen medbrottslingar

2 kommentarer:

  1. http://www.nyteknik.se/nyheter/it_telekom/allmant/article3798387.ece

    För att motverka att stater spionerar på andra stater så kanske en lösning är att man skär av internet så man bara kan surfa inom sin stat....

    haha haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

    1. En annan bra lösning kan vara att man skär av internet så man bara kan surfa inom sin egen dator?

      "Well, it might work...:)"



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