Category Archives: NSA

Two Years Ago — Blast From The Past : The NSA & the CRYPTO AG Sting (And why it matters to Dag Hammarskjöld murder investigation)

“Further evidence suggesting that the Crypto AG machines were compromised was revealed after the assassination of former Iranian Prime Minister Shahpour Bakhtiar in 1991.” Intel Today Researcher (December 29 2007) “The different versions of the report make clear Friedman – described … Continue reading

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On This Day — Who Killed Dag Hammarskjöld and Why? (July 29 1905 – September 18 1961)

“I continue to have a strong feeling that Hammarskjold’s death was not an accident.” Richard Goldstone “There is a significant amount of evidence from eyewitnesses that they observed more than one aircraft in the air, that the other aircraft may … Continue reading

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On This Day — Remembering Navy Cryptanalyst Agnes Meyer Driscoll (July 24, 1889 – September 16, 1971)

“Once the pursuit of truth begins to haunt the mind, it becomes an ideal never wholly attained.” “We can never achieve absolute truth but we can live hopefully by a system of calculated probabilities.” Agnes Meyer Driscoll “In her thirty-year … Continue reading

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OBITUARY — NSA Historian Matthew M. Aid Dies at 60 (1958 – August 20 2018) — UPDATE

‘‘I have no idea how to take a normal vacation. Any spare time I have, I run up to the National Archives to do historical research.’’ Matthew M. Aid “One of Mr. Aid’s most significant findings, which became publicly known … Continue reading

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Two Years Ago — SNOWDEN : Trailer & “Behind The Scenes”

“After this film, people will perceive security of their e-mails and social networks differently.” Executive Producer Igor Lopatenok “I think the NSA almost certainly saw who the intruders were. Why wouldn’t they? But I am also convinced that they saw … Continue reading

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Two Years Ago — NSA Hacked French President’s House

“Keith Alexander (Director of the NSA) told me he was disappointed because he never thought we would detect them and he even added: You guys are good.” Bernard Barbier — Director of the DGSE Technical Division September 4 2016 — The … Continue reading

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OBITUARY — NSA Historian Matthew M. Aid Dies at 60 (1958 – August 20 2018)

‘‘I have no idea how to take a normal vacation. Any spare time I have, I run up to the National Archives to do historical research.’’ Matthew M. Aid “One of Mr. Aid’s most significant findings, which became publicly known … Continue reading

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Remembering Navy Cryptanalyst Agnes Meyer Driscoll (July 24, 1889 – September 16, 1971)

“Once the pursuit of truth begins to haunt the mind, it becomes an ideal never wholly attained.” “We can never achieve absolute truth but we can live hopefully by a system of calculated probabilities.” Agnes Meyer Driscoll “In her thirty-year … Continue reading

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On This Day — The First NSA Defection : William H. Martin and Bernon F. Mitchell (June 25 1960)

“The United States Government is as unscrupulous as it has accused the Soviet Government of being. Our main dissatisfaction concerned some of the practices the United States uses in gathering intelligence information … deliberately violating the airspace of other nations … Continue reading

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Parody — NSA : “Every Post You Make”

“The way things are supposed to work is that we’re supposed to know virtually everything about what they [the government] do: that’s why they’re called public servants. They’re supposed to know virtually nothing about what we do: that’s why we’re … Continue reading

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