[cryptography] <JYA> Hash this motherfucker, said math to germ.
kevinsisco61784 at gmail.com
Tue Dec 30 20:46:59 EST 2014
On 12/30/2014 4:31 PM, coderman wrote:
> On 12/29/14, John Young <jya at pipeline.com> wrote:
>> From discussion on these lists and elsewhere tampering with
>> data can, does, occur at every software and hardware hand-off,
>> with each self-serving iteration having hidden and vulnerable hardware
>> and software undisclosed malignity, no matter the security ostentatiously
> said another way:
> there are risks known, and known unknown, and unknown unknown,
> in such a calculated cache - digital and present harm alike and unto the
> soul-deep sickness a dragon Smaug, imbued as dark greed,
> unto sea of coin and wealth unseen in any other age...
> the risk visible, or not. fathomable, or not. but risk all the same.
> "This is a trap, witting and unwitting.
> Do not use it or use at own risk.
> Source and this host is out to pwon and phuck you in complicity
> with global Internet authorities.
> Signed Batshit Cryptome and Host,
> 9 July 2014, 12:16ET."
> - https://cpunks.org//pipermail/cypherpunks/2014-July/005020.html
> still true, as always!
> ... as practical matter, content in such an archive is more
> actionable in a criminal or civil sense, in some locales, simply by
> nature of the contention around the content. or loaded with malware.
> or honeytoken to the void, or ruse of attention sink, or misleading
> intentionally compartment of confusion, or generator markov awry, or
> FY2014 corpora is coming, like cryptome-jul2014
> reply to receive early distribution.
> - cryptome, web, other selected volumes
> - sha256 short sums, selected signatures
> - annotated search-able formats, where available
> - coder's annotations and subsets [to explain later]
> - Xapian stores by domain for custom aggregation or scope
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