From: kevin lyda (kevin at domain suberic.net)
Date: Sat 15 Sep 2001 - 01:57:42 IST
On Sat, Sep 15, 2001 at 01:32:37AM +0100, cybersean3000 at domain yahoo.com wrote:
> Don't forget that source is available for OpenSSH and SSL. If you
> can compile it, so can anyone. There is no technology to protect you
> from the NSA. Proprietary or Open Source, they know about it and can
i'm sure there's a point in that string of thought, but you failed
to enter all the sentences you need to convey them. what do you mean
> get around it. On a weekly basis, even before this week, the CIA
> would round up kids across America and slap their hands with "Don't
> do that!" They can trace an attempted break-in all the way back to a
> phone jack in a house! The University of Alabama does computer
an attempted breakin is different then keeping your legitimate
communications private. i regularly connect to a us based server via ssh.
> research for the CIA, and you may be familiar with their on-line
> extension: American Institute for Computer Sciences (www.aics.edu).
> If the CIA has these resources and power, you can guarantee the NSA
> has it one hundred-fold.
that's fine. last i knew an ssh public key would take a few million
years in current cpu time to break.
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