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A Startup With NSA Roots Wants Silently Disarming Cyberattacks on the Wire to Become the Norm
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Sk3ptical
Sk3ptical,
User Rank: Apprentice
5/12/2021 | 10:33:27 PM
Lmao
I seen your lips moving, but the story I read is; Their best idea is to squat on layer 2 so that they can intercept incoming and outgoing transmissions and even modify them enroute. They can even replace malicious files before they reach their target blah blah blah. You lost me at NSA. Sounds like they are going to setup on layer 2 where they can see every packet transfered. Yours mine, the bad guys. They can also modify data enroute. They can frame you, manipulate news, communications, thee whole 9. I will be contacting my state representatives, although something tells me theyajor fans of the deal.


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