[cryptome] Re: Comsec as Public Utility Beyond Illusory Privacy

  • From: Tom Allyn <tomallyn@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 14 Mar 2014 09:59:36 -0400

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> On Mar 14, 2014, at 8:40 AM, "John Young" <jya@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> 
> At 11:52 PM 3/13/2014, Troy Benjegerdes sigged:
> "earth::water::air::fire::mind::spirit::soul"
> 
> 
> Your sig: "earth::water::air::fire::mind::spirit::soul" (EWAFMSS)
> pretty well covers the area of operations needing ubiquitous comsec
> against ubuiquitous spying of EWAFMSS.
> 
> Certainly there will be violations and spying by those who design,
> run and abuse the systems of EWAFMSS.
> 
> Especially those who are excused from accountability to "maintain
> the systems, or debug" EWAFMSS.
> 
> More narrowly, system operators, network operators, maintenance
> staff, repariers, holders of keys to and lockpicks of the systems, ie, the
> Snowdens, the spies, the governors, will usurp control and unilaterally
> or collectively decide they know what is best for the systems' users,
> and that inevitably coincides with self-interest of the system operators
> of EWAFMSS.
> 
> Given that inevitability of self-interest, cloaked in high-minded rationales
> of public service, or national security, what inevitably must be done to
> reign in the inevitable abusers of privilege, public service, national
> security, ie EWAFMSS.
> 
> A range of options: assassination, revolution, counterspying, treason,
> war, founding of new faiths, schemes and con jobs in EWAFMSS.
> 
> For comsec that could entail implantation of electroshock devices
> in every system operator which punishes, or in extremity, kills, for
> misbehavior programmed into the widgets. Hack a key, pick a lock,
> mosh RNG, open a backdoor, break a vow of public service, get
> singed as a warning, keep it up, get fried.
> 
> This is basicly what NSA is implanting around the globe in systems
> if not witting and unwitting operators. Starting with implantation of
> their own Snowdens of devices of disinformation which leads the
> poor goofs to think they know the system vulns. Then the goofs
> spread the disinfo to, say, the Greenwalds, Poitras's and Gellmans
> who then goofily spread it to the public goofiness consumers.
> 
> Blessing this operation is the FISC judges who mightily try to
> understand WTF DoJ is blowing at them to cloud what NSA is
> actually doing with its systems of EWAFMSS.
> 
> Read the FISC orders to see the solons gyrate and spasm
> a pretense of understanding what is intended ot be non-understandable.
> NSA proceeds totally unhindered to do what it wants with abusing
> EWAFMSS, condoned by FISC glossing of the abuse -- what is
> done in the US is done worldwide for managing and exploiting for
> self-interest EWAFMSS.
> 
> Yes, these very lists foster the appeal of exploiting the expoitation
> of EWAFMSS by pretending to oppose it, to found a new scheme
> of assassination, revolution, etc, etc. This will inevitably lead to
> compromisable proponents to be bribed and recruited for service
> in the established exploiters: billionaires, journalists, lawyers, courts,
> tech corporations, telcos, LEs, TLAs, Vaticans, Israelis, Muslims,
> Tea Parties, nations, black marketers, financial crime syndicates,
> freedom of information hustlers, leakers, and, most beautifully
> remunerative, crypto-comsec mofos.
> 
> There's the pitch for comsec public utility, crypto-comsec mofos
> signing up to be implanted with EM devices for a Tor-Greenwald-grade
> lifetime of comfort bribe to loyally and patriotically run the sysems of
> EWAFMSS. Then immediately break the vow, hack the devices,
> cheat, lie, steal, bolthole an embassy, refuge in a rogue state,
> for a while enjoy the warm feeling of triumph, then be Zapped
> remotely for belief in knowing more than the Devil in the Details.
> 
> 
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> 
> 
> 
>> And networks would be harder to debug, unless you happened to work for the
>> comsec utility or the NSA and already had all the decryption keys.
>> 
>> Let me suggestion using IPv7 where encryption is also optional, but at least
>> happens to use the same ecdsa keys you use for your money to encrypt packets
>> if you so desire.
>> 
>> --
>> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> Troy Benjegerdes                 'da hozer'                  hozer@xxxxxxxxx
>> 7 elements
> 
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> 
> 
>>        grid.coop
>> 
>>      Never pick a fight with someone who buys ink by the barrel,
>>         nor try buy a hacker who makes money by the megahash
> 
> 
> 

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