latest Snowden docs show NSA intercepts all Google and Yahoo DC-to-DC traffic
mohta at necom830.hpcl.titech.ac.jp
Tue Nov 5 23:50:06 UTC 2013
Valdis.Kletnieks at vt.edu wrote:
>>> How do you intend to *find* the agents
>>> who were hired at a government agency's under-the-table request that
>>> never had a written record that the company had access to?
>> By memories of those who are at the table.
> So one of the two people at the table you don't have a name for because
> they're not an employee, and the other is either an NSA plant lying about
> never being at a table, or you just gave your top network troubleshooter
> a damned good reason to update their resume.
> Hint: This isn't a children's game of hide and seek, and if there *is*
> an NSA plant they're not going to just smile and say "Oh, you found me".
Hint: I'm not talking about a way to have perfect security. I'm talking
about possible/good/recommended approach to improve the security without
> Good job at flushing out those NSA guys. Now who are you going to
> hire to replace them, and your top troubleshooter?
Feel free to hunt witches if you think it necessary.
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