U.S. Spy Agency infiltrates personal computers worldwide

January 15, 2014TECHNOLOGYThe U.S. National Security Agency is reported to have implanted malicious software in nearly 100,000 computers worldwide, allowing the U.S. to conduct surveillance on those machines while creating a digital highway for launching cyber attacks. The New York Times reported that the N.S.A. inserts most of the software by gaining access to computer networks, but has also increasingly made use of a secret technology that enables it to enter and alter data in computers even if they are not connected to the internet. The report, which cites N.S.A. documents, U.S. officials and computer experts, said the technology relies on a covert channel of radio waves that can be transmitted from tiny circuit boards and memory cards physically inserted into the computer. The Times also said that the N.S.A. has successfully implanted the software into such targets as Russian military networks, systems used by Mexican police and drug cartels, trade groups inside the European Union, and anti-terrorism partners such as Saudi Arabia, India and Pakistan.  The newspaper claimed that there is so far no evidence the N.S.A has implanted its software or used the radio frequency technology inside the United States.  The details of the N.S.A.’s surveillance efforts are part of the scores of documents leaked by former N.S.A. contractor Edward Snowden that created a firestorm of criticism. President Barack Obama will deliver a speech Friday outlining what steps he will take to reform the agency’s practices. –VOA
Electronic Police State: “The surveillance of our society is everywhere and will become increasingly more so with time…cameras, eavesdropping, digital message intercepts and flying overhead drones, blimps and satellites will saturate the planet. Federal officials regularly pool information about individuals from popular websites, social networking sites, banks, internet service providers, as well as a variety of other consumer websites that might be linked to your email address…in many ways, we are already flirting with the idea of an electronic police state.” –The Extinction Protocol, p. 460 (2009)
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12 Responses to U.S. Spy Agency infiltrates personal computers worldwide

  1. Paul Sandhu says:

    These stories are all distractions; the fact (which none of us can prove) is most likely that all computers have built -in back doors that are fully accessible to the NSA. Nothing online is private, no matter what encryption is used. These type of stories are planted to give the impression that such surveillance technologies are something new, whereas the advanced capabilities to track and surveil were built into the very first PCs. No technology is made available to the masses that the PTB do not control fully!

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  2. Joseph Sonny Skies says:

    ….and now by the time the country’s legislature begins to try to make more LAWS” to ” fix this it is beyond fixing!The government is totally impotent to governing this voyeurism AFTER the technology had advanced to a state of being so sleuthly invasive.


  3. Irene C says:

    I keep getting little pop-up messages that my webcam isn’t working properly. And they’re right. I have a piece of paper covering my camera. They may be able to read what I write, but they won’t be able to peek in on me. Paranoid? Maybe, or maybe just cautious.

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  4. Don Werner says:

    I’ll read the rest later on, ya get this thing fixed and what do ya get….’another day older and deeper in debt’ sheesh, soon our freedom from everything will be gone…then what? huh? then what???? c’m on fess up!!!!


  5. Colleen says:

    I have black electrical tape on my laptop cam as well. Actually I have two pieces of black tape over my laptop cam. They are indeed watching, and listening.

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  6. Rosa Lopes says:

    I guess that you people have nothing better to do than to snoop on peoples privacy .Your President must be a freaking bastard who is afraid of his own shadow .No wonder the world hate you and call for your destruction.Just so that you know :You watch the world but God is watching you and you will not go unpanished..get a life!

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  7. Sarah Honer says:

    This no global scale conspiracy. This is an obvious Bi product if communications. Our digital and radio transmitting has ALWAYS been intercepted. It is utterly naive to believe companies that create firewalls and privacy barriers cannot also remove them. Or mass media has NEVER been. Private. Always assume anything delivered by anyone but u alone is not private. That’s why we r taught to pray and be compassionate. Its the only form of communication that is truly secure. On Jan 15, 2014 6:29 AM, “The Extinction Protocol” wrote:

    > The Extinction Protocol posted: ” January 15, 2014 TECHNOLOGY – The > U.S. National Security Agency is reported to have implanted malicious > software in nearly 100,000 computers worldwide, allowing the U.S. to > conduct surveillance on those machines while creating a digital highway for > la”


  8. I am one of those 100,000 nobodies who had the audacity to defy the empire. No one has ever heard of me, but I am nevertheless a threat to the police state. They are blocking my email access to publishers, all kinds of publishers. They confiscate my mail at ports of debarkation, They enter my apartment illegally. I must disconnect my phone at night to avoid hassassing phone calls. My newly purchased caller ID was broken. However I was able to get the names of two pranksters prior to disabling of the device. You may wonder why a nobody is of such an importance to our spy state. I wrote a literary eyewitness documentary of the Vietnam War. I spent seven years as a civilian refugee advisor in the Mekong Delta and training supervisor for government contractors. The literary documentary is told from the point of view of Vietnamese peasants, ARVN soldiers, Viet Cong, a province chief, French colonialists, Australians, New Zealanders, Vietnamese Mafia, whores, bar girls, students, British, a Dane, and all sorts of Americans. My final proof was long ago. I can write. I’m a journalist and my mentors were Walter Van Tilberg Clark and Leslie Fiedler.
    Unbelievable. No, it is a replay of Nazi Germany in 1933. I expects a late night knock on the door sometime in the near future.

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