[funsec] Cryptome: NSA has access to Windows Mobile smartphones
knobdy at gmail.com
Fri Nov 2 14:22:04 CDT 2007
On 11/2/07, Bruce Ediger <eballen1 at qwest.net> wrote:
> On Thu, 1 Nov 2007, Juha-Matti Laurio wrote:
> > According to the post National Security Agency has access both
> > systems and networks running Microsoft products.
> Surely this doesn't surprise anyone? I mean, after the weak terms of the
> seattlement "imposed" on Microsoft by the US DoJ, any rational being
> would certainly include the probability that some factions in the US
> government got a quid pro quo from Microsoft. Didn't anybody read
> Dan Brown's "Digital Fortress"?
Whoa! A blast from the past...
As to those nay-sayers who will deny the possiblity of any group, much
> less the US Government being able to keep a secret of such magnitude,
> I'd have to remind them that the truth about how ULTRA decrypting of
> "Enigma" machine-encoded messages did not come out until the mid-1970s,
> about 30 years after the fact.
And you can see no difference between the heroes of the country at that time
and the sniveling snots that make up the country, and the government, today?
Okay, fine, but can you not see the difference between a civil lawsuit and a
Okay, fine, fine, but can you see the difference between a public court case
and an "ultra secret" (the first) military secret??!
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