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  1. Re: Global Currency Reset (SDR's and the New Bretton Woods; by JC Collins)

    No doubt.


    One thing that we don't know is whether there is someone at the top layer, or whether those higher layers, which are above the vicissitudes of our earthly monetary systems, are...
  2. Re: Global Currency Reset (SDR's and the New Bretton Woods; by JC Collins)

    My advice to others living in the West, based on the above: do everything you can to minimize your future dependence on promises to pay from others, be that paychecks, social benefits, insurance...
  3. Re: Global Currency Reset (SDR's and the New Bretton Woods; by JC Collins)

    For the last half century, we have seen the destructive power of lending used against lesser powers (individuals, corporations, local and regional governments, and nations), as documented for example...
  4. Re: Global Currency Reset (SDR's and the New Bretton Woods; by JC Collins)

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    Yes - it does - monetary power grows out of the barrel of a gun.

    What Fitts hasn't been noticing so much, given her focus on money and the US Dollar, is that the military power of the...
  5. Re: Global Currency Reset (SDR's and the New Bretton Woods; by JC Collins)

    So far, I see several major points that should not be forgotten as we attempt to understand what is going on.

    Regarding the basics of debt based money:

    Debt money power grows out of the barrel...
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    Re: Security and privacy concerns of Skype

    For asymmetric public-private key encryption, yes, one should be using such long keys for optimum security, because such asymmetric encryption is relying on the difficulty of factoring the products...
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    Re: Security and privacy concerns of Skype

    Er ... eh ... I think you did ... quite successfully :).

    In other words, I failed to understand your post. Sorry.
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    Re: Security and privacy concerns of Skype

    Indeed :).

    If I ever did have some matter to communicate that was of "extraordinary interest" to the bastards in power, say if I were the next Edward Snowden, then I'd be taking security measures...
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    Re: Security and privacy concerns of Skype

    OK - I took at stab at changing the title of this thread. I changed it

    from


    Attention Skype users -- important security and privacy concerns!
    to


    Security and privacy concerns of Skype
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    Re: Security and privacy concerns of Skype

    Internet security, in my view, is like protection against hostile weapons. There are various kinds and levels of protection, appropriate to various portential threats.

    A relative inexpensive...
  11. Re: Secure, encrypted, easy to use, free email: ProtonMail

    Good question.

    The company that makes Ixquick ("The World's Most Private Search Engine) and StartPage StartPage, which are quite similar (see here for a description of the differences), have...
  12. Re: Secure, encrypted, easy to use, free email: ProtonMail

    One more detail ... the mandatory use of SSL (https) makes it more difficult for casual geeks such as myself to snoop the packets on the wire, to detect improper data leakage.
  13. Re: Secure, encrypted, easy to use, free email: ProtonMail

    ProtonMail necessarily knows -exactly- who talks to who, at least to the level of their accounts on ProtonMail. The ProtonMail server has to provide the public key for the intended recipients of...
  14. Re: Secure, encrypted, easy to use, free email: ProtonMail

    I simply do not believe this and nor should you and it isnt readily provable one way or the other. Even if they are not logging it, you can be someone else will be.[/QUOTE]
    I agree - that claim (no...
  15. Re: Secure, encrypted, easy to use, free email: ProtonMail

    My saying that "the password for decrypting ... never leaves your local computer" is a bit over simplified.

    More accurately (but speculatively ... see below) stated:



    Incoming email is...
  16. Re: Secure, encrypted, easy to use, free email: ProtonMail

    Aha - interesting - bitmessage looks like it might be a better way to send passwords, such as for chatcrypt sessions, and megachat looks like it is rapidly becoming a more feature rich chat...
  17. Re: Secure, encrypted, easy to use, free email: ProtonMail

    ProtonMail announced on their blog on December 17, 2014, that they had just finished a major round of infrastructure upgrades, and would be inviting almost everyone in the queue over the next month. ...
  18. Re: Secure, encrypted, easy to use, free email: ProtonMail

    I don't currently disguise my IP address, nor do I use TOR. I don't have a need for such, personally, and TOR has its limitations. Sufficiently large adversaries, able to monitor large portions of...
  19. Re: A somewhat more secure method for text chatting on the Web than Skype or iChat

    A more secure alternative now exists for sending such a password - a new email service that I describe in the thread Secure, encrypted, easy to use, free email: ProtonMail.
  20. Re: Secure, encrypted, easy to use, free email: ProtonMail

    A couple of weeks ago, in the thread A somewhat more secure method for text chatting on the Web than Skype or iChat , I lamented that:

    If everyone involved in a chat has a ProtonMail account, than...
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