Monday, March 9, 2009


The director of the National Cybersecurity Center (NCSC) tendered his resignation on Friday March 13th.
In his resignation letter to Janet Napolitano,
he speaks of the National Security Agency's (NSA) grip on
cybersecurity through detailees and technology insertions.

This should be considered a classic example of Open Source Intelligence (OSINT).
OSINT can be defined as any information that can be gathered from publicly available sources.

This is why we have always told individuals to use an older version of Pretty Good Privacy (PGP),
(before the NSA's interest in the program , and suspected algorithms (technology insertions) of current versions)

For the uninitiated, PGP is a very good encryption program for files and e-mail.
It uses something called "public key" cryptography where your encryption key is split into a "public" key and a "private" key.
You keep the private key and pass out the “public key” to whomever you wish to
have secure communications with.

A pre-NSA interested versions of PGP that works on XP only can be downloaded for FREE at:
the CSA PGP Tutorial Page.

We expect all Patriots, Survivalists, and Militia members who value their privacy and wish to stay in the loop will download it and learn how to use it.

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