tintin en belgique

Sale temps pour la nsa: le petit travail d’orfèvre qui avait été fait pour dissimuler leurs backdoors dans les algorithmes cryptographiques désignés de facto comme standards via leurs complices du NIST est en train d’être démantelé brique par brique suite aux révélations d’edward snowden via la filière allemande, et maintenant l’axe germano-russe:

An encryption algorithm with a suspected NSA-designed backdoor has been declared insecure by the developer after years of extensive use by customers worldwide, including the US federal agencies and government entities.

What is more significant, ArsTechnica warns, is that the BSAFE tool is the default RNG in a “large number of derivative crypto systems that are highly susceptible to being broken.”

Last week Professor Green told RT that the “NSA has a hard time breaking encryptions, so what they’ve done is they actually tried to take the products that perform encryptions and make them worse, make it weaker so it is easier for them to break that encryption.”

“[The] NSA is willing to make the US security a little bit weaker,” Green said.

http://rt.com/usa/nsa-weak-cryptography-rsa-110/

La nsa est débordée pas les attaques et ne sait plus comment gérer ses affaires. Elle a donc recours à des méthodes expéditives d’une rare stupidité:

Can a government agency block criticism by claiming copyright infringement? Sounds a bit ridiculous but it is happening. The NSA is effectively stopping one small business owner from criticism, by claiming that by using its name he has infringed on their copyright.
Can they do that?

Cette nsa qui visiblement était très à l’aise ces derniers temps ne semble plus du goût de tout le monde.

The Justice Department’s internal ethics watchdog says it never investigated repeated complaints by federal judges that the government had misled them about the NSA’s secret surveillance of Americans’ phone calls and Internet communications.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2013/09/19/nsa-surveillance-justice-opr-investigation/2805867/

Le meilleur pour la fin, c’est la belgique qui s’est faite avoir pendant des années par les anglais et qui risque de le prendre très très mal:

Belgacom Attack: Britain’s GCHQ Hacked Belgian Telecoms Firm

A cyber attack on Belgacom raised considerable attention last week. Documents leaked by Edward Snowden and seen by SPIEGEL indicate that Britain’s GCHQ intelligence agency was responsible for the attack.

Documents from the archive of whistleblower Edward Snowden indicate that Britain’s GCHQ intelligence service was behind a cyber attack against Belgacom, a partly state-owned Belgian telecoms company. A “top secret” Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) presentation seen by SPIEGEL indicate that the goal of project, conducted under the codename “Operation Socialist,” was “to enable better exploitation of Belgacom” and to improve understanding of the provider’s infrastructure.

Belgian Prime Minister Elio di Rupo spoke of a “violation of the public firm’s integrity.”

http://www.spiegel.de/international/europe/british-spy-agency-gchq-hacked-belgian-telecoms-firm-a-923406.html
http://www.spiegel.de/fotostrecke/photo-gallery-operation-socialist-fotostrecke-101663-3.html

C’est facile la belgique, d’abord ce sont tous des mal-comprenants, ensuite les institutions européennes y sont installées, alors pourquoi ne pas en profiter? -Le ratio résultats/risques devrait-être excellent…

Ce qui est amusant c’est qu’il y a tellement d’anglais qui travaillent en belgique que le GCHQ devrait avoir l’info sans avoir besoin d’en venir à des moyens illégaux; juste en jouant de leur réseau. Et bien non, il faut qu’il poussent le bouchon.

Quant à belgacom, ils devraient demander à starbucks comment on fait de réseaux hyper-sécurisés s’ils sont tellement meilleurs qu’au pentagone:
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-09-20/starbucks-wifi-was-more-secure-than-pentagon-system/4970660

Un bel incident diplomatique en vue une fois!…

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