‘said the person who was not authorized to publicly discuss the matter.”
When I was doing this stuff they put people who talked without authorization behind bars.
posted on 05/27/2011 3:10:39 PM PDT
(I could eat it raw, but why do that when I have a fire.)
Agreed. The last paragraph of the article:
It briefed individual customers on how to secure their systems. In a bid to ensure secrecy, the company required them to sign nondisclosure agreements promising not to discuss the advice that it provided in those sessions, according .
Great. Now the hackers know their exploits have been compromised, preventing counter intelligence a chance to go after them.
posted on 05/27/2011 3:21:52 PM PDT
by PA Engineer
(SP12: Time to beat the swords of government tyranny into the plowshares of freedom.)
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