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Re: Not even the NSA can get it right
From: Dan Margolis <lists.fd.dmargoli () af0 net>
Date: Tue, 24 May 2005 21:33:02 -0700
On Wed, May 25, 2005 at 07:47:39AM +1200, Steve Wray wrote:
James Tucker wrote:
Please, define right.
Theirs is a world of deception, therefore any judgement you make based
upon any information may be comprised of as much disinformation as
information. In effect, you can't define such things for them.
absolutely, and I'm glad someone said it. So many people get so mislead
by this sort of bullcrap.
Whenever I read any info volunteered, or even leaked, by an organisation
like that, I have to think 'what do they gain by me believing this?'
They live in paranoia, fear and suspicion. Like the ninja of feudal
Japan they live and die in darkness. This is no way for a human being to
exist. But then I have been watching 'Shintaro the Samurai' :)
Wait, so are you folks saying that the NSA intentionally allowed an XSS
bug on their Web site so that someone here would report it for some
unknown-to-us devious end?
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