QUOTE(Disillusioned Lackey @ Thu 16th August 2007, 7:04am)
QUOTE(GlassBeadGame @ Wed 15th August 2007, 6:38pm)
They could at least be editing Arabic Wikipedia
. Oh wait, they can't speak Arabic. Notice that the scroll bar is on the left side.
NSA uses TOR because they are 1337.
My point still stands that all they need to do is create usernames? No? Or are the TOR links hardblocked?
Also - if CIA uses TOR, and TOR is under complete block would not all the CIA edits be blocked?
The NSA has technology so advanced that we can only guess at it. The TOR thing was meant as a joke. They have machines so fast that depending on your relative perspective the network packets might arrive before they are sent. I think they could manage to avoid IP blocks or even detection.
So great is lure of their technology that the NSA can attract the very best people almost regardless of any political or ethical reservations. This creates a powerful dynamic in their favor. I'm pretty sure many devs seek software security that is good enough to frustrate exploits except
Hint: At least one comment in this post is also intended as a joke.