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With a little patience, and some NSA software, you too can mod your PC lighting
If you own a high-end gaming keyboard, then you know the special hell that is navigating the software that comes with one. With 16 million RGB colors and multiple seizure-inducing patterns to choose from, it can be difficult just to turn the damn things off let alone produce something that looks eve
Former NSA Contractor Pleads Guilty To Stealing Classified Information
A former contractor who federal prosecutors said spent years stealing troves of classified information from the National Security Agency and the Department of Defense pleaded guilty on Thursday.
Former CIA, NSA employees sue agencies over alleged censorship
Five former federal employees sued the CIA and National Security Agency (NSA) on Tuesday, saying the agencies censored them through a system that forbids government workers from discussing topics related to their employment without first receiving approval.
As Russia probe began, Trump called NSA chief for help
WASHINGTON — Two months before special counsel Robert Mueller was appointed in the spring of 2017, President Trump picked up the phone and called the head of the largest U.S. intelligence agency. Trump told Mike Rogers, director of the National Security Agency, that news stories alleging that Trump’
A former NSA attorney explains the US case against Julian Assange
Julian Assange’s arrest in the UK came after years of debate over whether the WikiLeaks founder should be afforded the same legal protections in the US as journalists. Federal prosecutors say Assange should be extradited to the US to be tried for working with former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea
New Orleans Students Bring Technologies to Market Through New NSA Partnership
Loyola University has partnered with the National Security Agency’s Technology Transfer Program for a business school course this spring. The program will bring two technologies patented by the NSA into the classroom at the Lean LaunchPad MBA course at Loyola and allow students to assess the commerc
Democratic Party Ruled By Globalists Must Be Investigated
The Democratic party is actually the party of the globalists and has promoted violence and censorship against conservatives and patriots. Alex explains that now is the time to investigate those deep state actors that use the Democrats to gain power.
Amash co-sponsors bipartisan bill to end NSA phone surveillance
WASHINGTON D.C. — On Tuesday, April 2, West Michigan Congressman Justin Amash joined Rep. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif., to introduce the Ending Mass Collection of Americans’ Phone Records Act in the House.
Kim Dotcom thinks video game chats can outsmart the NSA. They can’t
Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom just made the absurd claim to his followers that video games can be used to outsmart the worlds’ intelligence services. Dotcom, known best for his now-defunct file hosting and sharing site Megaupload, tweeted Sunday that private and sensitive conversations are best h
'No communication with Apple on 5G modems,' says Huawei, and the NSA sighs with relief
"It’s personal. I don’t see anybody who can bridge this gap," tipped the WSJ recently about Apple and Qualcomm CEOs relationship. Thanks to the patent war with Qualcomm reaching a crescendo mode, last year Apple's iPhones shipped exclusively with "Intel inside" as far as cellular connectivity is con
Government Fights to Trap EFF’s NSA Spying Case in a Catch-22
The U.S. government admits—and, of course, it’s common knowledge—that the NSA conducts mass, dragnet surveillance of hundreds of millions of Americans’ communications. It has done so via a series of different technical strategies and legal arguments for over 18 years. Yet the Justice Department insi
GHIDRA reverse engineering tool from NSA
GHIDRA is a software reverse engineering (SRE) framework that helps analyze malicious code and malware like viruses. It has been created and maintained by the National Security Agency Research Directorate. Now if that sounds a bit scary, this tool isn’t getting installed on your devices. It has been
RBPF Commissioner confirms NSA investigation launched
NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Police Commissioner Anthony Ferguson confirmed that a full investigation has been launched by the RBPF’s Anti-Corruptions Unit, into allegations of corruption at the National Sports Authority (NSA).
Lawsuit Reveals NSA Received 29 “Extraterrestrial Messages” From Space, A Long Time Ago
The picture above represents a broadcast (known as the “Arecibo” message), put together by Carl Sagan and colleagues that was sent into space via radio waves at a special ceremony to celebrate the remodelling of the Arecibo radio telescope in Puerto Rico. It’s speculative, for sure, but the informat
U.S. lawmakers introduce bill to stop NSA's mass data collection
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican and Democratic U.S. lawmakers introduced a bill on Thursday that would end the collection of Americans' phone records by the National Security Agency in an effort to undo a widely criticized security measure passed in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.
CBS clarifies The Good Fight's deleted tweet listing the words "Assassinate," "President" and "Trump"
“A social media post for The Good Fight displayed show content that, when presented in isolation, outside of the context of the show, created an impression and provoked a reaction that was not intended,” CBS said in its statement. “The tweet showed a screengrab from the show’s fictional NSA office,
NSA's top lawyer on surveillance and new challenges coming with 5G network
The legal, ethical and societal implications of the digital revolution underway in the United States and across the world are likely to become "exponentially more complicated" with the advent of 5G, the next generation of faster and more stable mobile and web networks, according to the top lawyer at
NSA Views IoT Cyber Bill As Key Security Booster
With the increasing ubiquity of internet of things (IoT) devices and the vast expansion of the cyber attack surface that those devices create, National Security Agency (NSA) IoT Enterprise Functional Team Lead Arlene Santos is emphasizing the importance of the IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act reint
NSA domestic surveillance debate returns to Congress with 'Ending Mass Collection of Americans’ Phone Records Act'
“It’s time, finally, to put a stake in the heart of this unnecessary government surveillance program and start to restore some of Americans’ liberties,” Wyden said in a statement.
Jane Addams Middle school hosts “How to Win Friends and Influence People: The NSA Way”
The students of Jane Addams Middle School took the stage to present “How to Win Friends and Influence People: The NSA Way.”. Embracing the surveillance state, because the surveillance state is embracing you was a common theme during the presentation.