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This was tipped by a a twitter ‘follow’ (most likely due to my liberal use of the #Snowden” hashtag), and a tweet  (twitter.com/4EFRSWM/status/460231366366343169) by someone with interest in the company mentioned below.There’s money to be made ‘securing the internet’ to make sure Edward Snowden, administrator is the last “Edward Snowden Administrator”.From “The Identity and Access Management Blog, News and information on IAM market trends and technologies”,  the ‘outreach’ arm of Avatier, which publicly notes  (avatier.com/customers/#customers-military) they’re getting fat and sassy sucking on the contract tit of the the US Air Force, the US Army’s Fort Huachuca (one of the army’s original data suck sites… I’ve seen site hits at my blog posts over the years), and the US Navy, to make sure you NEVER AGAIN find out about government surveillance of yourself due to disaffected employees whether or not their last name happens to be “Snowden”.
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As an IT security professional, whether you support or abhor Snowden’s actions, you must take time to understand the numerous ways he comprised NSA systems and trust. This blog identifies the means by which Snowden was able to collect such an enormous cache of documents, files, and information from the most secure systems in the world. In exposing Snowden’s access methods, this blog identifies how an identity manager helps you safeguard against the intentional actions of privileged administrators…Caveat Emptor when browsing or linking to ANY site with US government cyber-contract affiliation. Use the un-links above. The post’s author (blog.avatier.com/author/edgerton/), my new ‘follower’ on Twitter, writes on topics of interest to IT geeks and hackers. The author notes "To accomplish a cyber heist of this magnitude, Snowden alarmingly relied on limited computing resources." along with a few other items such as the claim some OTHER NSA civilian let Snowden use their digital Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) certificate extending his access to information previously unavailable. That others entered PKI passwords at Snowden’s computer terminal and those certificates were ‘captured’, which the author refers to as ‘trickery’, and not a system security issue. The author doesn’t indicate HOW he knows that… Nevertheless…Here is the author’s personal blog (skilledge.net/blog/), gleaned from his Twitter page. The post links don’t work correctly and redirects to the main, marketing, site.

This was tipped by a a twitter ‘follow’ (most likely due to my liberal use of the #Snowden” hashtag), and a tweet (twitter.com/4EFRSWM/status/460231366366343169) by someone with interest in the company mentioned below.

There’s money to be made ‘securing the internet’ to make sure Edward Snowden, administrator is the last “Edward Snowden Administrator”.

From “The Identity and Access Management Blog, News and information on IAM market trends and technologies”, the ‘outreach’ arm of Avatier, which publicly notes (avatier.com/customers/#customers-military) they’re getting fat and sassy sucking on the contract tit of the the US Air Force, the US Army’s Fort Huachuca (one of the army’s original data suck sites… I’ve seen site hits at my blog posts over the years), and the US Navy, to make sure you NEVER AGAIN find out about government surveillance of yourself due to disaffected employees whether or not their last name happens to be “Snowden”.

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As an IT security professional, whether you support or abhor Snowden’s actions, you must take time to understand the numerous ways he comprised NSA systems and trust. This blog identifies the means by which Snowden was able to collect such an enormous cache of documents, files, and information from the most secure systems in the world. In exposing Snowden’s access methods, this blog identifies how an identity manager helps you safeguard against the intentional actions of privileged administrators…
Caveat Emptor when browsing or linking to ANY site with US government cyber-contract affiliation. Use the un-links above. The post’s author (blog.avatier.com/author/edgerton/), my new ‘follower’ on Twitter, writes on topics of interest to IT geeks and hackers. The author notes "To accomplish a cyber heist of this magnitude, Snowden alarmingly relied on limited computing resources." along with a few other items such as the claim some OTHER NSA civilian let Snowden use their digital Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) certificate extending his access to information previously unavailable. That others entered PKI passwords at Snowden’s computer terminal and those certificates were ‘captured’, which the author refers to as ‘trickery’, and not a system security issue. The author doesn’t indicate HOW he knows that… Nevertheless…

Here is the author’s personal blog (skilledge.net/blog/), gleaned from his Twitter page. The post links don’t work correctly and redirects to the main, marketing, site.
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~~A Dispatch From Outside the Prison Holding Barrett Brown, Daniel Stuckey, March 8, 2014, The Vice Network Motherboard

Yesterday, I got as close as any media physically can to Barrett Brown, the American journalist that was locked up in late 2012 for pasting a hyperlink in a chatroom, which federal prosecutors alleged contained leaked credit card data from the Stratfor hacks.

Due to a media gag order upheld by the US District Court in the Northern District of Texas, Brown isn’t allowed to make “any statement to members of any television, radio, newspaper, magazine, internet (included, but not limited to bloggers),” with the exception of Kevin M. Gallagher, who heads his defense fund.

The prosecution’s rationale for the gag order is that any extrajudicial statements made by Brown, or his attorneys, could be prejudicial to his defense…

In full @ Vice

Don’t delay! Commit a federal crime today! The Stratfor Dox via WikiLeaks.

Come and get me coppers!

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"Federally ‘enjoined’ (but not for long) Barrett Brown reviews Henry Kissinger’s new book “White House Years


“The Barrett Brown Review of Arts and Letters and Jail: Enter the Kissinger!


Whether you consider him a war criminal or you’re a war criminal yourself, there are any number of reasons to read White House Years. Regardless of whatever else he may be, Kissinger is certainly a sure hand at characterization:

    Nixon’s fear of rebuffs caused him to make proposals in such elliptical ways that it was often difficult to tell what he was driving at, whether in fact he was suggesting anything all. After frequent contact I came to understand his subtle circumlocutions better; I learned that     to Nixon words were like billiard balls; what mattered was not the initial impact but the carom.

This is rather poetic for a German. And one has little choice but to respect someone so thoroughly ruthless that he will deploy two semicolons within a single sentence. Quibble with his methods, but here is a man that gets results.

Not all of the book’s gems are provided by Kissinger himself. Here’s a bit of folksy wisdom from Lyndon Johnson:

    “Read the columnists,” he said, “and if they call a member of your staff thoughtful, dedicated, or any other friendly adjective, fire him immediately. He is your leaker.

As much as I enjoyed this magisterial treatise on U.S. foreign policy in the Age of Spiro Agnew, it was nonetheless disturbing to read under my particular, limited circumstances. Not having access to the internet by which I might readily check Kissinger’s claims against the historical record, and my own knowledge of the era being limited largely to the fact that Jefferson Airplane had not yet evolved (suddenly and Pokemon-like) into Jefferson Starship,

I felt myself at the mercy of Kissinger, whose famous advocacy of realpolitik and secret bombings and such things would presumably also entail a not-entirely-thorough commitment to the truth on such occasions as when U.S. national security might be better served by lies, which I gather is often the case…"

Enter the Kissinger! The Barrett Brown Review of Arts and Letters and Jail, Front/Burner… “Making Dallas Even Better”

Also see the CIA’s latest media asset’s (the Washington Post) blog, The Switch” (As in “Flip the switch and it’s ‘Turnkey Tyranny’ “, that Ed Snowden spoke of) for “The government is dropping the hyperlink charges against Barrett Brown

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Update: Fullerton police update number of arrests at Kelly Thomas rally to 13 people
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It appears that the police attempted to arrest some Indy reporters and a TV2 reporter got in the mix somehow causing a brawl. Police surveillance perhaps from Helicopters overhead in the daytime, allowed them to detain suspects on freeway as well as onsite.

Link to Realtime twitter search “#OpFullerton OR #Justice4KellyThomas OR #KellyThomas OR Fullerton”

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