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Latest NSA publications


HTTP/2 opens every new connection it makes with the word ‘PRISM’

British programmer and writer John Graham-Cumming has spotted something interesting in the opening protocol of any HTTP/2 connection: an array of explicitly formatted code which spells the word PRISM, in... Read More


German spies cede citizen data in exchange for NSA spyware

Germany’s top intelligence agency gave up details related to citizen metadata in return for National Security Agency (NSA) spyware, local reports [German] have claimed. Keen to use a copy of spy... Read More


How corporate data brokers sell your life, and why you should be concerned

Your economic status, your prospects for buying a house, your pregnancy, your illness…your rape; it’s all for sale in one of the biggest and most clandestine global marketplaces ever to... Read More


NSA pays highway cops $1mn to patrol data centres

The U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) has been paying local police patrols to monitor its data centre perimeters for over a year, according to Utah’s Salt Lake Tribune. These facilities... Read More


‘Create unrest’: Canada’s CSE agency includes ‘false flag’ operations as part of newly-revealed cyberwarfare scope

Documents obtained from Edward Snowden reveal the extent of the cyberwarfare techniques used by Canada’s Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSEC) – including the capacity and will to perform ‘false flag’... Read More


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