[cryptome] Re: OpenSSL bug explanation

  • From: In Harms Way <11414150173@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 22 Dec 2013 19:35:28 +0300

/"Because revolution is evolution at its boiling point you cannot 'make'
a real revolution any more than you can hasten the boiling of a tea
kettle. It is the fire underneath that makes it boil: how quickly it
will come to the boiling point will depend on how strong the fire is."/
-- Alexander Berkman, writer and activist


John Young wrote, On 22/12/2013 18:37:
> Good pointer. Fingers a slew of alleged suckers of NSA, allegedly
> making amends. "Allegedly," how handy that cop-out cover-up.
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> There is a frenzy of efforts to patch comsec in response to Snowden's
> revelations, limited as they are, with dread of what may be coming
> about long-running deceptions supported by those with dual-use
> contracts, dual-purpose participation in comsec standards, designing
> and selling dual-clothed, back-doored (malware) protection concealed
> by official secrecy.
>
> On comsec fora there's a good bit of tongue-twisting to shade complicity,
> appearing as "let's not rush to judgments, much of this was long known,
> no need to condemn having to run a company doing whatever it takes."
> With fingerpointing, scapegoating, blacklisting, stigmatization in
> full force.
>
> Stinks of McCarthyism, Hollywood blacklisting, Manchurian Canidate
> propaganda.
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> Whoa, why you stigmatizing, what you hiding, Mr. Cryptome, what's
> that deodorant you're selling.
>
> Evolution is a sweet bitch for the predators. NatGeo pornographs
> the prey. Yeah, there's porn being shot on comsec sets. Allegedly
> baring money shots but is it really like that, so loveless, so mean,
> so unbelievable, so easy to find on the lonely Internet spying
> billions.
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> At 10:01 AM 12/22/2013, you wrote:
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>> http://marc.info/?l=openssl-announce&m=138747119822324&w=2&x=1
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