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Re: DARPA Declares War On Backdoors
I can't help wondering if this is about detecting/analyzing any backdoors into DARPA's or the government's other equipment, or to find exploitable paths into everyone else's equipment. It seems to me that whatever applies to one objective would apply to the other.
The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public's money. A. de Tocqueville
Mullica Hill, NJ
well naturally at DARPA they will stick to the mission of honestly finding back doors. However once the results if good hit the rest of the letter agencies someone at the DOJ will say "Can this be used to open back doors too?". as right now the DOJ is one of the biggest offenders of privacy violation.
I do not worry about the CIA/NSA in this situation, they are spies and like any spy agency they already know the back doors, front doors, side doors, and the attic window that does not lock.
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