Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Do your part to help the NSA!

You have to feel sorry for them, what with NSA Director Alexander resigning.  They'll be wandering, headless, milling about aimlessly even though they're making us all less safe:
By weakening encryption, the NSA allows others to more easily break it. By installing backdoors and other vulnerabilities in systems, the NSA exposes them to other malicious hackers—whether they are foreign governments or criminals. As security expert Bruce Schneier explained, “It’s sheer folly to believe that only the NSA can exploit the vulnerabilities they create.”
RTWT, which is detailed and persuasive.

So what can you do to help out?  Your Country calls you to your duty, Citizen.  Pitch in:
Now that we know the NSA has a bit of trouble with spam, a nasty little thought has occurred to me. Sure, people like to append standard sig lines, chock full of "terrorist" keywords, to all their emails to screw with them. But just maybe...

Imagine a few hundred people creating Yahoo, Hotmail, Gmail, and so-on-and-so-forth accounts for "Al-Qaeda of New Hampshire (and every other state, county, and city in the country(ies).
RTWT, which is detailed and delicious.  Up the system!

Note to Dianne Feinstein: no justice, no peace.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Scaremail is a similar attempt to overload the NSA system


It installs a simple plug in that adds gibberish sounding text to the end of your email -- but the some of the words contained are the ones the NSA looks for.