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  Reply # 846178 27-Jun-2013 14:37
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Yeah poms with bad teeth are a common problem.. many smoke like chimneys and drink heaps of tea with tannins.. but some kiwis are no better LOL one of the complaints on date sites is male hygiene

but alas posting videos of crackpots does nothing to hide the serious nature of spying and hacking
that happens. or happening.

although wasnt there a way for them to read the screen from the radiation freqs given off.. I think that
was back in the old cathoray tube days.

remember the story of how using light to pick up sound of windows came about.. some Russian spy
implanted a device in a wooden gift that was hung in CIAs HQ and they didnt know for years
it used no batteries and transmitted radio

its on one of the latest Dark Matters episodes.. very interesting story

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  Reply # 847152 29-Jun-2013 15:45
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nathan:
kiwigeek1: I recall I got laughed at when I said USA was spying on NZ emails.. seems the conspiracies arent always wrong after all. if they werent spying why is PGP with the 1000bit keys not included in all email systems
they once tried to close this guys program down as they could decoded emails.. until they found out
the 256 key was able to be broken cos it had a flaw that made it only 96bits

i say by backdoor they mean they could hack windows security and get in.. theres various windows PE disks with such tools that can edit the registry and change password in seconds or make a guest account super user.. easy to find them online with google searches now if hackers can do it Im sure nsa has more powerful tools then tis

have a listen to these

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjXLRXxUELs

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjmGMOtytLc

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mIdDf3ZwSo


Snowdon wasnt the first whistle blower.. a few come before him that were silenced


don't take this the wrong way, but using a boot disk to edit the SAM or Windows Registry isn't a hack

if you want to protect your data/PC at rest it should be BitLocker encrypted

please read the 10 Immutable Laws of Securityhttp://technet.microsoft.com/library/cc722487.aspx#EIAA

 

Law #3: If a bad guy has unrestricted physical access to your computer, it's not your computer anymore

 

 



While I don't disagree with the above (esp 3)
I wonder how a Opal SED would fare re data retrieval...

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