Tuesday, 27 October 2015


amanfromMars 1 Tue 27 Oct 07:58 [1510270758] …. opening a dialogue on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2015/10/27/army_bug_bounties/
Bug bounties are as sweets for children. Solutions are the domain of fortune hunters.
Is the route and root problem, BASIC*, and in the flawed fundamental premise that past seemingly successful established practices and resultant exclusive executive hierarchies/SCADA Operating Systems are future fit for more generous mature expansive purpose, whenever in fact they are rather more unseemly and ultimately inevitably catastrophically destructive at an ever increasing rate?
And if one is in the military and/or military-minded, is it not only natural to expect The U.S. military simply isn’t able to keep up with threats generated by hackers and cyber spies, an Army official said Oct. 14. for such a virtual space place is definitely quite alien and akin to a postmodern Area 51, albeit with roles somewhat reversed ‽ . :-)
* .... Beginner's All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code
Oh, and the aforementioned difficulties and revisions for Future Greater CyberIntelAIgent Game Services are ubiquitous, and invade all theatres of operations with clones of the flawed fundamental premise active.
amanfromMars 1 Tue 27 Oct 11:08 [1510271108] …. spilling more on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2015/10/27/army_bug_bounties/
The US generals we have seen in recent years seem a lot more capable of critical thought than their political masters. ... Dave 126
Hmmm? However, does the fact that they seem to do the bidding of their political masters somewhat explode and flash crash smash that myth to smithereens, Dave 126, and they be just as cuckolds in feathering nests of vipers/snakeoil salespersons/past grand masters of the Great Game and who be at their right dodgy work in NonREST and Virtual Reality Play?
They are the fields to master which so easily are able to be enabled and defeat them. And do you imagine that is Classified TS/SCI or an open source of relentless force?

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