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Forum Post: Did It Occur To Anyone Else We Could Short Out NSA Computers....

Posted 3 years ago on Sept. 25, 2014, 7:41 a.m. EST by pigeonlady (284) from Brooklyn, NY
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....by sending emails appearing controversial on the surface with encrypted code that interact when they download them together and collapse their 'intelligence' system?

I mean, if they DON'T get into them, then no problem.

Just a thought. I mean, with all the complaining about them may as well do something. Personally I'm sick of being hacked and the nasty treatment and insults I get, some of which are government sourced because of Occupy, others promoted by certain 'law' sources in the community. And I don't drink, smoke, do drugs, steal, mess around, bother anyone (although I'm told my presence counts as 'bothering'!), and get treated like crap for it. (The few randoms are jealous freaks.) They need to earn respect by ethics and support of decent citizens like ourselves, but they conveniently forget to survey their own, and the dishonest in other spheres of government, business, and society.



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[-] 3 points by Renneye (3874) 3 years ago

Excellent idea, pigeonlady.

A collective effort using your idea sure would give the NSA quite a headache.

Hang in there, pigeonlady...and stick around. Your involvement in the betterment for the 99% and your clearly stellar discerning abilities are recognized and much appreciated here.

[-] 1 points by MattHolck0 (3867) 3 years ago

computers are more like washing machines than egg shells

but computer security people need jobs

so don't let the washing machine break

[-] 2 points by MattHolck0 (3867) 3 years ago



[-] 1 points by IndigoRed (87) 3 years ago

I like it. Share your corrupt code

[-] 2 points by pigeonlady (284) from Brooklyn, NY 3 years ago

The principle of the code I'm thinking of is like a jigsaw puzzle, with interlocking features that would each contain part of code and commands. Put some tripe in the email as bait. Part of the code is embedded. The code would have, say, ten parts randomly distributed between ten emails, or do it in sequence if it looks like we might be monitored. The last piece makes it go boom. Also can concoct fake events appearing volatile to mess with their heads. And of course we can just put it in our communications and plans for actual events automatically. Better to give it a recognition key so it knows where to go. We don't want to hurt compadres. Another option is to do a counterstrike and send it aggressively; on principle I prefer it as active when emails are optioned by useless agencies purporting to fight terrorism and going after us. I'm sure the NSA will create cause to bless them creatively soon enough.