A Reminder

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From the “US Forces’ IT Systems Are Invulnerable To Enemy Action Because ‘Murika” files, via Twitter.

you keep using that word meme

9 responses to “A Reminder

  1. Heh. Well I have no doubt the US military IT systems are more secure than those of the NSA:
    http://foreignpolicy.com/2016/08/15/shadow-brokers-claim-to-be-selling-nsa-malware-in-what-could-be-historic-hack/

  2. NightWatcher

    Classic PsyOp, the value of the information trends to zero as soon as its existence becomes publicly known.

    The ONLY way something like this is publicly offered for sale is if it is worthless AND the source is no longer viable/productive.

    Think about it this way: If you had access to all of HRC’s deleted “private” e-mails, would you try to sell them publicly or use their existence for leverage?

    • “If you had access to all of HRC’s deleted “private” e-mails, would you try to sell them publicly or use their existence for leverage?”

      Depends upon whether I was a patriot or a panderer.

    • Unless, of course, one’s intent was not to gain financial benefit from the “sale”, but instead to send a message.

      • NightWatcher

        Not “Unless”, but always. All decisions are made on a cost/benefit decision, even if you can’t/won’t appreciate the entirety of cost/benefit.

        Most poor decisions (including posting on forums such as this) are based solely on a perceived ego boost.

    • ” If you had access to all of HRC’s deleted “private” e-mails, would you try to sell them publicly or use their existence for leverage? ”
      Depends on whether I had a death wish or not. With HRC there may not be an option. The mere fact that you had them or were suspected of having them may cause you to drop weights on your throat or accidentally fall in front of a train.