NSA Abused Heartbleed Bug For Years, Left Consumers Exposed To Attack

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It is one thing for the NSA to spy on everyone in the world, especially US citizens because all of them are obviously potential "terrorizers" just waiting for their opportunity to blow shit up (except for anything in close proximity to the Boston marathon - those things the NSA promptly filters out), but when the NSA itself is found to have not only known and itself abused the prevalent and widespread Heartbleed bug, but left consumers exposed, then it may be time to finally launch a class action lawsuit against Obama's favorite means to eavesdropping on the entire world.

From Bloomberg:

NSA SAID TO EXPLOIT HEARTBLEED BUG FOR INTELLIGENCE FOR YEARS

 

The U.S. National Security Agency knew for at least two years about a flaw in the way that many websites send sensitive information, now dubbed the Heartbleed bug, and regularly used it to gather critical intelligence, two people familiar with the matter said.

And the punchline:

NSA SAID TO HAVE USED HEARTBLEED BUG AND LEFT CONSUMERS EXPOSED

 

Putting the Heartbleed bug in its arsenal, the NSA was able to obtain passwords and other basic data that are the building blocks of the sophisticated hacking operations at the core of its mission, but at a cost. Millions of ordinary users were left vulnerable to attack from other nations’ intelligence arms and criminal hackers.

 

“It flies in the face of the agency’s comments that defense comes first,” said Jason Healey, director of the cyber statecraft initiative at the Atlantic Council and a former Air Force cyber officer. “They are going to be completely shredded by the computer security community for this.”

More:

The potential stems from a flaw in the protocol used to encrypt communications between users and websites protected by OpenSSL, making those supposedly secure sites an open book. The damage could be done with relatively simple scans, so that millions of machines could be hit by a single attacker.

 

Questions remain about whether anyone other than the U.S. government might have exploited the flaw before the public disclosure. Sophisticated intelligence agencies in other countries are one possibility. If criminals found the flaw before a fix was published this week, they could have scooped up troves of passwords for online bank accounts, e-commerce sites, and e-mail accounts across the world.

 

Evidence of that is so far lacking, and it’s possible that cybercriminals missed the potential in the same way security professionals did, suggested Tal Klein, vice president of marketing at Adallom, in Menlo Park, California.

 

The fact that the vulnerability existed in the transmission of ordinary data -- even if it’s the kind of data the vast majority of users are concerned about -- may have been a factor in the decision by NSA officials to keep it a secret, said James Lewis, a cybersecurity senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

 

“They actually have a process when they find this stuff that goes all the way up to the director” of the agency, Lewis said. “They look at how likely it is that other guys have found it and might be using it, and they look at what’s the risk to the country.”

 

Lewis said the NSA has a range of options, including exploiting the vulnerability to gain intelligence for a short period of time and then discreetly contacting software makers or open source researchers to fix it.

Thank you NSA, for once again showing that you are from the government and are there to "help" and of course "protect" everyone.

How much more abuse from the government can the (granted mostly obese) US population take before it finally snaps?

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Fri, 04/11/2014 - 15:08 | 4648548 Chuck Knoblauch
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Fuck You

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 15:10 | 4648566 Pladizow
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America = Dead Man Walking!

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 15:19 | 4648614 Gaius Frakkin' ...
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NSA spooks probably wrote it and worked to get it inserted into the main branch. The author(s) of the original code should NOT be trusted.

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 15:34 | 4648682 BorisTheBlade
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but left consumers exposed, then it may be time to finally launch a class action lawsuit against Obama's favorite means to eavesdropping on the entire world.

it's an open secret that many of so called vulnerabilities are intentional backdoors to exploit and 'patch' later. consumer on average is dumbed down to notice this.

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 15:52 | 4648756 Dick Buttkiss
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"America = Dead Man Walking!"

No, Plad, America's government = Dead Man Walking.

Yes, it's death stands to cause that of countless Amercans and ruin the lives of countless more (as millions already are), but America is an idea whose time is coming as never before, and not just here but elsewhere around the world.  And while we can applaud the efforts of Scotland, Catalonia, Venice, etc., for the "devolution revolution" to begin in earnest, it's got to start here:

"The first, most fundamental, and most necessary step in the transition to a free society is the demise of the modern “monster state.” And the first, most fundamental, and most necessary step in this process is the demise of the monstrous American state, its erstwhile role as a beacon to the world having long ago given way to a superpower that brings not light but heat, pulling a shroud over its own people in the process.  The monster will object that it only wants to keep its people warm and safe, of course, but as people elsewhere start kicking their shrouds off, it is increasingly clear that the status – as in statist – quo is changing and that neither suffocating domestic policies nor incendiary foreign ones will be tolerated much longer."

http://www.zerohedge.com/article/guest-post-transition-free-society


 


Fri, 04/11/2014 - 16:03 | 4648800 sleigher
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I worked with employee number 7 at verisign.  He was there the day the black SUV's showed up and the men with briefcases were taken into the back where the safes were.  I hope you all don't think this is the only thing going on...

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 18:35 | 4649347 Spigot
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If you want real security for certificates you have to have your own engine running behind an air gap. That's all there is to it.

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 19:03 | 4649423 El Oregonian
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"That to compel a man to furnish contributions of money for the propagation of opinions which he disbelieves and abhors, is sinful and tyrannical"-Thomas Jefferson

Go Fish you eff'in O'Sodomites!

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 19:26 | 4649462 mvsjcl
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"NSA Abused Heartbleed Bug For Years, Left Consumers Exposed To Attack"

 

Consumers? How about "Citizens?" Christ! I'm so tired of reading people referred to as consumers!

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 20:00 | 4649541 A Nanny Moose
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Citizen = euphemism for tax livestock. I prefer to be an individual.

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 20:18 | 4649594 mvsjcl
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Agree.

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 20:27 | 4649624 Theosebes Goodfellow
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~"NSA Abused Heartbleed Bug For Years, Left Consumers Exposed To Attack"~

WAIT,WAIT,WAIT!!! Run it by me one more time, I'm a little slow on the uptake.

What was their job again?

What were they supposed to be doing for us?

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 20:45 | 4649690 Gen. Keith Alexander
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I'm SHOCKED this was going on under my watch. SHOCKED I TELL YOU!

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 17:16 | 4649083 RichardP
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Those who live private lives off of the grid have no need of revolution.  If you don't like what they are doing on the ride, get off the ride.  Simple as that.

Exist locally.  In everything.

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 19:07 | 4649427 zaphod
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The key to what you are proposing is the concept of full economic independance.

This is what Jefferson meant when he saw america as a nation of individual farmers who owned their own land. He was not advocating for an agricultural society, but one where all individuals had the means to provide for themselves and did not depend on anyone or anything else for survival. In his time only feudal lords owned land and thus were free, so when Jefferson spoke of economic independance, land ownership and farming were core to the concept.

Today 99.9999% of people in the US are dependant on the system, and thus need to do anything to keep the system going, even if this means giving up freedoms inch by inch, there is no other choice for most people. That is the problem.

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 20:10 | 4649574 disabledvet
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Actually Thomas Jefferson created the Postal "office" precisely so that the memory of the need for secure form of communication could remain in the hands of "We the People" would be remembered.

We never would have succeeded in our "little rebellion" if the Founding Fathers weren't able to communicate in code and when these messages were passed back and forth they were done so with the absolute knowledge that no one came between the note writer and the note reader.

And indeed "the right to send anonymous love letters" was stated as a basic right for all Americans after 9/11 by I believe it was Senator Susan Collins of Maine.

We'll see just how good these cloud computing systems are once these tech companies start deploying their own internal networks to their customers.

Needless to say if you're working on a new i-phone etc "you want to make sure all the communications about said new i-device remains on the proprietary network as well."

http://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Trends/Online-banks-strengthening-measur...

Sat, 04/12/2014 - 03:55 | 4650455 zhandax
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dv, the postal service's bureaucratic ineptitude still grants that privilege today, no matter how unintended.

@zaphod, Jefferson's vision worked exceptionally well up until the ascension of the corporation, the railroad baron, and the amalgamation of wealth via merger and acquisition.  These were the building blocks, conceived in an era of gold backed money and just courts, which offered a new way, a division of labor, a higher wage than farming, which eventually, when the gold backing was taken away, and taxation increased, made the family farm an unaffordable thing of the past.  It was a quick 40 years from then to now.

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 20:52 | 4649711 l.kimbot
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Amen.

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 21:01 | 4649737 Tulpa
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Except that those "off the grid" can nevertheless have things of value taken from them by force, perhaps even to a greater degree than those on the grid.

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 17:51 | 4649210 Raging Debate
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What else do you need to know but this: There are laws on the books the government has the right to assasinate any of it's own citizens at will. Also, to indefinately detain them without counsel. Those laws are the supposed right of "Kings". We are right back to where we started in 1776 but we are now not owned by the British but the House of Rothschild. The King of the world and court could pursue freedom but pursued slavery. This was a conscience choice so in the end they should not expect mercy. No quarter is being offered now, so no quarter should be given.

 As for tech, many technies were aware of project Echelon and Carnivore to collect all data from all Americans including myself. You are safer if your intent is to defend the innocent, period and not pick sides politically. We all should be humble before one another, speak the truth in any event anyways. We are one species, near the end of our human evolution. Yesterday's religion is today's science. Explore quantum physics articles. You will quickly understand and need not be a mathematician or physcisist.

 "When the people fear government there is tryranny. When the government fears the people there is liberty." Our government of the Rothchilds for themselves and with themselves fear the people. There plans seem to all be succeeding. But it does not in the end. It is not time to discuss what happens to them because free will still offers choice but they have months now no longer decades or even years. But I pray for them and their families, we are all one species. However, they have proclaimed themselves gods. So if constinued they will experience the folly of the gods.

 I tell you truly the Republic will be restored. But it is not going to come without real pain ( and financially most have experienced it and are now waking up). Expect most of the world to attack America and Israel (Zionism is not Judaism, Isreal has been misled as well) and the inside CFR leadership is aligned with the Rountable of 9, The House of Roschild. They are fine with America as long as it does what it is told. If there is rebellion watch them attempt to burn it all to the ground, literally. There is cause and there is effect. Every action will have an equal reaction. I do hope and pray for people of all nations which are slaves and have been misled on what is most important about our species, the drive to evolve and that includes immortality and we are 50 years away from that happening. It could happen in less than a decade as the science exists but a tiny minority of us choose to go down being fed a lie. If you want to play with the devil you will burn with the devil.

Sat, 04/12/2014 - 01:12 | 4650290 holdbuysell
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"However, they have proclaimed themselves gods."

Perhaps the Rothschilds are of Nephilim blood?

This is a very murky area with little validation available.

Comments welcome.

Sat, 04/12/2014 - 06:30 | 4650469 zhandax
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Without resorting to specifics, let's just say they sit on that side of the canyon.

Sat, 04/12/2014 - 04:39 | 4650489 zhandax
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Meant to hit the edit button.  Must be Friday night.

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 17:51 | 4649211 Raging Debate
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What else do you need to know but this: There are laws on the books the government has the right to assasinate any of it's own citizens at will. Also, to indefinately detain them without counsel. Those laws are the supposed right of "Kings". We are right back to where we started in 1776 but we are now not owned by the British but the House of Rothschild. The King of the world and court could pursue freedom but pursued slavery. This was a conscience choice so in the end they should not expect mercy. No quarter is being offered now, so no quarter should be given.

 As for tech, many technies were aware of project Echelon and Carnivore to collect all data from all Americans including myself. You are safer if your intent is to defend the innocent, period and not pick sides politically. We all should be humble before one another, speak the truth in any event anyways. We are one species, near the end of our human evolution. Yesterday's religion is today's science. Explore quantum physics articles. You will quickly understand and need not be a mathematician or physcisist.

 "When the people fear government there is tryranny. When the government fears the people there is liberty." Our government of the Rothchilds for themselves and with themselves fear the people. There plans seem to all be succeeding. But it does not in the end. It is not time to discuss what happens to them because free will still offers choice but they have months now no longer decades or even years. But I pray for them and their families, we are all one species. However, they have proclaimed themselves gods. So if constinued they will experience the folly of the gods.

 I tell you truly the Republic will be restored. But it is not going to come without real pain ( and financially most have experienced it and are now waking up). Expect most of the world to attack America and Israel (Zionism is not Judaism, Isreal has been misled as well) and the inside CFR leadership is aligned with the Rountable of 9, The House of Roschild. They are fine with America as long as it does what it is told. If there is rebellion watch them attempt to burn it all to the ground, literally. There is cause and there is effect. Every action will have an equal reaction. I do hope and pray for people of all nations which are slaves and have been misled on what is most important about our species, the drive to evolve and that includes immortality and we are 50 years away from that happening. It could happen in less than a decade as the science exists but a tiny minority of us choose to go down being fed a lie. If you want to play with the devil you will burn with the devil.

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 19:33 | 4649476 Ariadne
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The laws on the books are unconstitutional. They are null and void. The traitors are operating under the color of law without any legal basis.

Immortality is bullshit. Nobody beats the reaper. Even if you could amend the aging mechanisms, you may not die of old age, but shit just happens. Those whose life you'd forfeit will most assuredly come for yours.

100+ years ago the devotees of the church of reason were ranting about ubermenchen and the virtues of communism. 100 years later they are still reading off the same script, neglecting the horrific results of their insanity, fantasizing about transhumanism and socialism.

When the situation was manageable it was neglected, and now that it is thoroughly out of hand we apply too late the remedies which then might have effected a cure. There is nothing new in the story. It is as old as the sibylline books. It falls into that long, dismal catalogue of the fruitlessness of experience and the confirmed unteachability of mankind. Want of foresight, unwillingness to act when action would be simple and effective, lack of clear thinking, confusion of counsel until the emergency comes, until self-preservation strikes its jarring gong - these are the features which constitute the endless repetition of history. Winston Churchhill

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 19:25 | 4649457 Deathrips
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Are you refering to the United States Corporation?

Which may or may not exist ..according to Griffin.

http://www.freedomforceinternational.org/freedomcontent.cfm?fuseaction=U...

 

Or the collectivist captors are dead man walking?

 

Has a nice ring to it.

 

RIPS

Sat, 04/12/2014 - 00:20 | 4650222 putaipan
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i'm glad to see griffin adress this. i appreciate that he is taking the 'hold on here a moment' position. (he is equally reticent on jfk executive order) but i am also glad he is saying show me more .... as batty as she appears to be, k hudes is on board with the 'corporate state/person' and she used to be legal council to the world bank. anyone else?

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 16:52 | 4648976 seek
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Thanks to open source and source code controls, we not only know who wrote it, but also who reviewed it.

The author has already publicly apologized and emphasized it was a simple (and stupid) mistake, and the fact that it passed review supports that notion. Like a true geek, the patch with the error was submitted on new year's eve.

While I am not a very trusting person, given the background of this, it looks a lot more like it's an NSA exploit and not an NSA plant. The end effect is the same when the NSA is violating their very charter and exploiting security holes they're supposed to help fix.

 

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 18:53 | 4649193 Bindar Dundat
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I agree with the above theory 100%.  It looks like a standard everyday screwup with significannt implications.

This was the type of mistake I hated to find in any design because it is so stark it is possible to miss it.  If it was a NSA trick it would have come out in the leaks-- everything else did!

 

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 19:12 | 4649422 Gaius Frakkin' ...
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"Simple mistake"

Obviously that would be his defense regardless of guilt...

Spooks have been perfecting this technique for years:
http://www.linuxjournal.com/content/allegations-openbsd-backdoors-may-be...

I'm not convinced. What is his background and associations?

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 19:41 | 4649494 seek
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This is the git commit log for the bug.

There's two people involved. Robin Seggelmann wrote the code while working on his Phd, and Dr. Stephen Henson was the sole reviewer (remember, this is a small, underfunded oper source project that anyone can choose to use or reject, so the fact that it was reviewed at all is something of an accomplishment. For comparison depending on the patch and subsystem, linux kernel patches can see anything from 2-3 to dozens of reviewers.)

Nearly anyone with programming experience knows exactly what happened here, and has made the same mistake many times.

Here is the most recent press peice on his background. It's safe to say he's going to be severely scrutinized for the next few weeks due to people thinking this was a plant rather than a mistake. Seggelmann is still working at a university and remains involved in network security as part of the IETF, though he no longer submits code to OpenSSL.

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 15:28 | 4648658 Spigot
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Yeah, if you and anyone believes the Open Source community didn't know about this for years, and that there was certain "persuasion" used to ensure this bug remaind available, then you need to smoke a lot more crack to clear your mind. These fuckers deserve to die.

BTW, check out MaidSafeFoundation.org and GreenTeaTech.com

These motherfucking naziis helped motivate a true revolution in technology: Internet 2.0

Bitchs.

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 18:47 | 4649384 EscapeKey
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What a daft comment.
Do you even know who this "open source community" is that you speak of?

It's you. Me. The neighbours kid. The retired security consultant. The geek with terrible acne. The quiet kid in the corner.

If you knew that, you'd realise that taming this community isn't like rolling a couple of blacked out vans up to the gates of Microsoft.

Sat, 04/12/2014 - 10:40 | 4650830 Spigot
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The larger community is as you say. However there is a problem and that is that most 'standardized' open source stuff is run my small committees in .orgs such as openssl.org

When ever there is a concentration of decision making power with regard to a "standard" there is room for 'suasion' ... and on something like this, 'suasion' happens. NSA and CIA as well as others have their assets in the "open source" community, don't cha know.

The myth of open source is like saints and angels is != to reality AT ALL.

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 15:29 | 4648663 McMolotov
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That monstrosity in Utah isn't a "data center," it's a fucking tomb for the last remnants of liberty.

It's time to see some necks getting stretched.

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 15:37 | 4648695 Cthonic
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perhaps a few militia members can swing by there on their way to the bundy ranch

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 16:06 | 4648811 sleigher
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I wish I had the resources to just drop everything and go to the Bundy ranch.  The real deal is this is a land grab by Reid for the Chinese.  The gig is up.  These bastards are selling out Americans and stealing their land for the Chinese companies and their own wallets for sure.  Talk about necks stretching.  It is definitely time!

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 16:52 | 4648979 Rainman
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yo....the Patriot Act built that and it wasn't cheap ! 

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 15:30 | 4648667 tarsubil
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But stocks are high! *laughter*

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 18:38 | 4649360 sgt_doom
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Yeah, it is time to impeach Obama, Biden and Holder, big time!

As a progressive from the day I was born, it pisses the holy hell out of me every time Obama appoints another Wall Street neocon -- the latest is that total jackhole, Burwell, who made her bucks at McKinsey the usual way, helping to offshore as many American jobs as possible, and has a really bad background where the American worker is concerned.

Another swine, in other words, not an autentic democrat, and damn well not any form of progressive, just anothter Aspen Strategy Group slime, another Gates Foundation and Walmart Foundation sleazoid.

 

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 18:51 | 4649394 EscapeKey
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Oh yeah, time to "vote the rascals out" so the right hand of the wall st party can sell the us to the highest bidder (unless its a connected insider, in which case there won't even be a bidding process).

Republican, democrat. Same fucking thing.

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 20:15 | 4649587 BigJim
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Republican, democrat... two tentacles of the same squid.

Sat, 04/12/2014 - 09:33 | 4650714 Dick Buttkiss
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Once again, "If voting changed anything, they'd make it illegal." — Emma Goldman

But of course they have made voting illegal, by which I mean the one vote from which all others are derived and therefore the only one that really matters:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/bob-cesca/secession-obama-2012_b_2138541.html

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 20:13 | 4649583 lotsoffun
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burwell?  what's her first name?  does it include deep?  like sandeep, deepak, deepti, tideep?  sudeep, deepna,  kneedeep? 

waistdeep?

 she can't be indian?  doesn't sound indian.  which means - she's a real first class MFking traitor.  these people should be deep into what they did to us american citizens.

i'm so deep in h1b visas while americans are out of work.  what's the strategy here?  you think all of them are going to 'support' us against china and russia?

 

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 20:25 | 4649615 Buck Johnson
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What has happened is alot of the NSA spook software and techniques and hardware may have by accident or on purpose (rogue agents wanting to make a buck) have gotten out in the wild.  That is the problem with building things that circumvent other devices or software eventually the bad guys and criminals figure it out or finds out where to get them.

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 15:41 | 4648700 Bunders
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Google chrome has eavesdropping bug. I don't know this but my cynicism-senses tell me that every google android device probably has the same "bug".

There is no such thing as privacy anymore. You'll be able to tell your grandkids about what it was like to have it and your tales will seem as whimsical as my parents tales of being able to leave their wooden framed car unlocked in the street without the slightest concern that anyone would do anything untoward.

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 16:22 | 4648877 swmnguy
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You're probably right about Google chrome.

In some ways though, you're as free and safe as you let yourself be.  I live in the heart of a city, and I don't lock my car doors anymore.  I used to.  Ten or twelve years ago though, 3 springs in a row, the first really warm weekend night, my car window got smashed and the car rifled through.  There wasn't every anything to steal; a spare diaper for the baby and maybe some Goldfish cracker crumbs and an empty juicebox.  Replacing the window was covered by auto insurance, but still a big pain in the ass.

So I decided to stop locking my car doors and make sure there was never anything in the car that someone would steal.  Three or four times in the past 10 years I've come out in the morning and found the contents of the glove compartment dumped on the floor of the front passenger seat.  One night 4 cars along my block had their windows smashed, and I just had the glove compartment rifled and lost nothing. Locks won't protect me from a professional thief and anybody stupid enough to steal from cars as an amateur probably can't drive a stick anyway.

An extra bonus: It's been a decade since I locked my keys in my car.

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 16:32 | 4648915 optimator
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Careful there.  I used to leave my car open with nothing in it for years and never had a problem.  One day they simply stole the car in my office parking lot, cleaned out the few pennies in the glove box, and half a mile later totaled the car!

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 17:01 | 4649026 swmnguy
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Good point.  Being self-employed, I almost never have my car in a parking lot for very long.  When I do, I will lock it.  Parking lots, especially ramps, are a lot more dangerous than the side of the street, that's true.  I also wonder how many people ransacking cars can drive a stick anymore?

Fri, 04/11/2014 - 20:05 | 4649559 lotsoffun
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swmnguy - i lived in a very bad area of nyc in the late 80's and did the same thing.

every morning i would close the glove compartment,  put the seats back in place etc.

much easier than broken windows.  but - of course they trumped me the night some bum that hadn't bathed in weeks slept in the car.

:)

ok. maybe good karma.  now - i'm luckier than any of you.  i don't have a car.

worry free.

 

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