December 30, 2013

SO I GUESS THIS EXPLAINS THOSE LATE CHRISTMAS DELIVERIES? The NSA Actually Intercepted Packages to Put Backdoors in Electronics.

Take, for example, when they intercept shipping deliveries. If a target person, agency or company orders a new computer or related accessories, for example, TAO can divert the shipping delivery to its own secret workshops. The NSA calls this method interdiction. At these so-called “load stations,” agents carefully open the package in order to load malware onto the electronics, or even install hardware components that can provide backdoor access for the intelligence agencies. All subsequent steps can then be conducted from the comfort of a remote computer.

These minor disruptions in the parcel shipping business rank among the “most productive operations” conducted by the NSA hackers, one top secret document relates in enthusiastic terms. This method, the presentation continues, allows TAO to obtain access to networks “around the world.”

So does this mean UPS, Fedex, and USPS are cooperating with this? Because that would be illegal.

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