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Why People Lie…

The film interweaves real personal stories, expert opinions, human behavioral experiments, and archival footage to reveal how and why people lie. Corporate Scandals, Financial crisis, Sports cheating, fraudsters, illegal, Barclays Libor Scandal, NSA...
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India’s Nsa Vows Retaliation On Kashmir Attack Amid Overnight Pakistan Firing

India's National Security Advisor Ajit Doval was speaking at a function commemorating the 80th foundation day of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF). It was a convoy belonging to this paramilitary force that endured a terror attack in Kashmir in...
Related topics: India, Pakistan, Police

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Whistleblowers Say Nsa Still Spies On American Phones In Hidden Program

Authored by Nafeez Ahmed via Medium.com, Meanwhile, the bulk of the NSA’s surveillance and “offensive” information warfare capabilities remain completely unknown... On Monday 4th, the New York Times reported that the National Security...

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Spoiler, Use-after-free, And Ghidra: This Week In Computer Security

The past few days have been busy if you’re trying to keep up with the pace of computer security news. Between a serious Chromium bug that’s actively being exploited on Windows 7 systems, the NSA releasing one of their tools as an open...
Related topics: Computer Security, Chromium, Open Source Software

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Us Cuts Bush-era Phone Spying To Save Money, Not Privacy - Ex-nsa Tech Chief

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The National Security Council (NSA) has ended its mega-data surveillance program on all US phone calls not out of concerns for privacy, but to cut costs while still accessing the data in other ways, ex-NSA Technical Director...

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The Nsa Publicly Released A Tool For Cracking Software Wide Open, And Hackers Are Loving It — So...

On Tuesday, the National Security Agency made its Ghidra — its tool for reverse-engineering software — available as open source, which means anyone can use or modify it for free. Anybody can use it as a free cybersecurity tool for disassembling...
Related topics: Open Source Software, Hackers, Computer Security

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Clapper Continues To Pretend He Didn't Lie To Congress About Domestic Surveillance Programs

James Clapper is going to take his Section 215 lie to his grave. One day after the first Snowden leak exposed the breadth of the NSA's phone metadata program, Sen. Ron Wyden asked the then-Director of National Intelligence if the agency collected...
Related topics: Edward Snowden, Metadata

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Us Doubts Russia To Succeed In Creating Sovereign Internet - Nsa Chief

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The United State doubts that Russia will be able to create a sovereign internet because its citizens will be anxious to access apps and tools, US National Security Agency (NSA) Director Gen. Paul Nakasone said during a cyber...
Related topics: Russia

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The Nsa Appears To Have Shut Down Its Bulk Collection Of Phone Records

The program considered so "essential" NSA defenders said it couldn't even be slightly modified is apparently no longer in use. During a recent Lawfare podcast, national security advisor Luke Murry dropped a bit of a bombshell. Charlie Savage...
Related topics: Podcasts

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Will Nsa Suspend Massive Spying Program Against The American People?

On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker and John Kiriakou are joined by Bill Binney, a former NSA technical director who became a legendary national security whistleblower.

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Did You Know?! Ghidra, The Nsa's Open-sourced Decompiler Toolkit, Is Ancient Norse For 'no...

Reverse-engineering suite now available to download... and maybe run in a VM, eh? RSA  The NSA has released its home-grown open-source reverse-engineering suite Ghidra that folks can use to poke around inside applications to hunt down security...
Related topics: Open Source Software

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Controversial Nsa Phone Program Quietly Ditched - House Aide

First employed by President George W. Bush’s administration following the 2001 terror attacks, the NSA-championed phone data programme was reshaped into the so-called Freedom Act of 2015, which stipulates that Americans’ phone data remain in the...
Related topics: George W. Bush

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Nsa Has Halted Mass Domestic Spying Program First Exposed By Snowden In 2013: Gop Aide

Jessica Corbett, staff writerThe U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) has reportedly halted a widely criticized domestic mass surveillance program involving Americans' phone records first exposed by whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Related topics: Edward Snowden

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Nsa’s Top Policy Advisor: It’s Time To Start Putting Teeth In Cyber Deterrence

Enlarge / Rob Joyce, senior advisor to the Director for Cybersecurity National Security Agency (NSA), shown here speaking at the Aspen Cyber Summit in November of 2018, warned at a presentation to DOD contractors that the US needs to be more...

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John Bolton Angrily Says: 'i'm Not The National Security Decision-maker'

Trump's NSA John Bolton told CNN's Jake Tapper that his opinion doesn't matter on whatever the NOKO leader said, but that Trump takes him at his word when Kim Jong claimed he didn't know about the torture of Otto Warmbier. "I'm not the national secu
Related topics: CNN, Jake Tapper

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Navy Woman Killed In Syria To Be Added To Nsa Memorial 

The first female Navy service member killed in the battle against the Islamic State group will become the third woman to have her name added to the National Security Agency's National Cryptologic Memorial.    The Capital of Annapolis, Md.,...
Related topics: Syria

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Huawei Chairman Accuses American Critics Of Hypocrisy Over Nsa Hacks

Huawei’s rotating chairman Guo Ping has gone on the offensive this week at Mobile World Congress, following continued pressure on US allies to drop the Chinese telecoms giant over national security fears. In a strident on-stage speech and a...
Related topics: Huawei

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The 5 Best Apps For A Temporary Burner Phone Number

We’ve all seen criminal types using burner phones on shows like The Wire and Breaking Bad. And most of us have secretly wanted to throw a phone away or break it in half at the end of a conversation. Unless you have reason to believe the NSA or...
Related topics: FBI

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This Week In Techdirt History: February 3rd - 9th

Five Years Ago This week in 2014, the Snowden revelations continued with information like the NSA and FBI getting access to 40,000 Yahoo and Google accounts in the first half of 2013, and the GCHQ trying to hit Anonymous with a DDoS attack, while...
Related topics: Edward Snowden, FBI, Google, Gchq

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Ex-nsa Personnel Spied On Americans And Journalists For The United Arab Emirates

When former NSA employees and contractors decide to start working for a journalist-murdering authoritarian, they should feel sick. Instead, after targeting journalists, dissidents, and other people the United Arab Emirates government doesn't like,...
Related topics: United Arab Emirates

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