comslave: 6 months ago, the FBI announced they had no way to break into TOR traffic. 2 months ago they announce the busting of a child porn ring...because they broke into TOR traffic.this too will not last, it it's true at all.
Shrugging Atlas: Everytime I see one of these leaked slides I just have to wonder how an organization like the NSA can't bring in a single unpaid intern to do a better job at making them.
cyberspacedout: cheer: cyberspacedout: You'd think, if they were sending unencrypted data, that the NSA would be the least of their worries.They were sending the data over their internal network, not the Internet. Most companies don't encrypt all of their data, just sensitive stuff (customer info, payment info, healthcare-related stuff, and so on).When the article said "between its data centers," I assumed it meant different buildings that aren't on the same property. Wouldn't they transmit data from their internal network over the series of tubes that is the internet?
sethen320: Ah, the last bastion of privacy...Google.*snicker*
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