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    Quote Originally Posted by Defengar View Post
    What amuses me is that they have no idea who they are really (*)(*)(*)(*)ing with.
    Sure anon can hack some weak sites and DDOS the larger ones.
    But they fail to realize if the CIA wanted to they could destroy/shut down any site almost instantly. That includes 4chan (their interwebz base), twitter, or even facebook.
    Well, I guess that explains why PF.com keeps going down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grokmaster View Post
    we have no idea what has or has not been done to hackers considered a threas bythe Intell community; they generally don't take out ads to report any "wet" actions.

    This was a set-up to flush out the fools; the CIA already has the best hackers on Earth...
    Where do you think they get some of their best from?

    Many "black hat" hackers become part of government agencies once caught.
    Any deity who claims to be all powerful and perfect puts them self into the Big Rock Paradox:

    "Can an omnipotent being create a rock so big not even they can lift it? If not then they are not truly omnipotent, and even if they can, the fact they cannot lift it also means they are not omnipotent."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Defengar View Post
    Where do you think they get some of their best from?

    Many "black hat" hackers become part of government agencies once caught.
    Not true; you are confusing the banking industry with the intell community.
    People involved in deep IT for the CIA are recruited for their patriotism (yeah, they still care about that), as much as their tech skills, and there ar PLENTY of them from MIT,etc., ad nausem...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grokmaster View Post
    Not true; you are confusing the banking industry with the intell community.
    People involved in deep IT for the CIA are recruited for their patriotism (yeah, they still care about that), as much as their tech skills, and there ar PLENTY of them from MIT,etc., ad nausem...
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/politi...bqI_story.html

    If they think your useful. They don't give a (*)(*)(*)(*) about your patriotism or past.
    Any deity who claims to be all powerful and perfect puts them self into the Big Rock Paradox:

    "Can an omnipotent being create a rock so big not even they can lift it? If not then they are not truly omnipotent, and even if they can, the fact they cannot lift it also means they are not omnipotent."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Defengar View Post
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/politi...bqI_story.html

    If they think your useful. They don't give a (*)(*)(*)(*) about your patriotism or past.
    What did you just make that up? Because it didn't come from your link.

    One bureaucratic hindrance that can impede hiring top-flight experts is the security clearance process, which can take six months, by which time a candidate may have found other employment. For the NSA, prospective employees must pass a lie-detector test, be drug-free for one year and undergo an extensive background check.
    Last edited by Sly; Feb 10 2012 at 10:24 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sly View Post
    What did you just make that up? Because it didn't come from your link.
    doesn't say what stuff in your background disqualifies you though. And for good reason. Also, NSA isn't the only one hiring, which is something the article states.
    Any deity who claims to be all powerful and perfect puts them self into the Big Rock Paradox:

    "Can an omnipotent being create a rock so big not even they can lift it? If not then they are not truly omnipotent, and even if they can, the fact they cannot lift it also means they are not omnipotent."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Defengar View Post
    What amuses me is that they have no idea who they are really (*)(*)(*)(*)ing with.
    Sure anon can hack some weak sites and DDOS the larger ones.
    But they fail to realize if the CIA wanted to they could destroy/shut down any site almost instantly. That includes 4chan (their interwebz base), twitter, or even facebook.
    I was going to post the same thing. It is a fairy tale. The NSA/CIA have equipment and analysts that go so far beyond anything these hackers could even imagine. It is laughable really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headhawg7 View Post
    I was going to post the same thing. It is a fairy tale. The NSA/CIA have equipment and analysts that go so far beyond anything these hackers could even imagine. It is laughable really.
    Yeah. I imagine there are only a dozen capable/above medium hackers in the group at most. The rest are just hundreds/thousands of big headed nobodies with time to fill and the ability to follow about 4 steps of command.
    Any deity who claims to be all powerful and perfect puts them self into the Big Rock Paradox:

    "Can an omnipotent being create a rock so big not even they can lift it? If not then they are not truly omnipotent, and even if they can, the fact they cannot lift it also means they are not omnipotent."

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