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"Authorized games" are digitally signed. Basically, they need permission to run on the systems.
Or maybe have the OS on a chip, like the old Commodore 64. Updating the OS means a new chip or something similar to a reflashed EPROM
Would it be possible for a vandal to access just your data from the outside, and thus do damage without having to run a local program?
That is, access your data file location and encrypt it with software running externally?
FortWayneAsNancyPelosiHaircut saysthey are big government assholes manipulating and abusing the public, not working for us. fucking assholes! just sick of how corrupt our government, drunk on power, has become.Hmm, how I felt 20 years ago, when I was 30...Welcome to my world.
they are big government assholes manipulating and abusing the public, not working for us. fucking assholes! just sick of how corrupt our government, drunk on power, has become.
richwicks saysFortWayneAsNancyPelosiHaircut saysthey are big government assholes manipulating and abusing the public, not working for us. fucking assholes! just sick of how corrupt our government, drunk on power, has become.Hmm, how I felt 20 years ago, when I was 30...Welcome to my world.At which age do you just say "fuck it" and start making lists?
I just don't have it in me to be a murderer.
richwicks says I just don't have it in me to be a murderer.Ah, and that is the rub. That is the real source of the "Mafia" style power. They are willing to kill while their victims are not. In the mobster's mind, being unwilling to kill is just cowardness. That is, a person is afraid to kill because he is afraid of being killed himself.
FBI has gone full Stasi.
FBI Allegedly Funded White Supremacist Publisher: Court DocumentsBy Ken Silva August 29, 2021The FBI allegedly paid a publisher of white supremacist literature more than $144,000 over 16-plus years to serve as a confidential informant, according to recent filings in an ongoing domestic extremism case.
U.S.—The CIA has issued a terror alert warning as radical extremists are reportedly holding their weekly meetings in their underground meeting locations across the country this very moment. According to the government intelligence agency, the extremists gather, chant together in unison, and then hear a speaker who radicalizes them to live normal, productive lives, take responsibility for their own actions, and love one another. The bizarre cult then sprinkles water on babies (though some splinter groups dunk), and even eats flesh and drinks blood. There are also stale donuts and bad coffee."Despite our best efforts to dismantle these organizations, they are still meeting every Sunday," said CIA officer Grant Woodley. "This could undermine all the work we're trying to do to establish a more inclusive, woke new world order. We would just go in and take them down, but there's a loophole in the First Amendment that apparently stops us. We're working on getting that changed, though.""The best thing you can do is alert us if you see a van with a happy, healthy nuclear family pulling up to a building that has a 'T' on it -- the 'T' is for 'terrorist,' we think -- so we can look into it further. If you see something, say something."
Top FBI Official in Charge of Crimes Against Children Arrested for Sex Crimes Against Children
Yet, as the investigation into the 2001 anthrax attacks unfolded, accusations from major U.S. newspapers soon emerged that the FBI was deliberately sabotaging the probe to protect the Anthrax attacker and that the CIA and U.S. military intelligence had refused to cooperate with the investigation. The FBI did not officially close their investigation into the 2001 anthrax attacks, nicknamed “Amerithrax,” until 2010 and aspects of that investigation still remain classified. ...From its earliest moments, the FBI’s “Amerithrax” investigation into the 2001 anthrax attacks was clearly botched, sabotaged and even farcical. For instance, the letter sent to Dr. Ayaad Assaad would obviously have been a clear starting point for any honest investigation, as whoever wrote it had obvious foreknowledge of the attacks, connections to USAMRIID and was attempting to frame someone else for a crime that – at the time it was sent – had yet to be committed. Yet, The Hartford Courant noted in late 2001 that “the FBI is not tracking the source of the anonymous letter, despite its curious timing, coming a matter of days before the existence of anthrax-laced mail became known.” Why would the FBI not be interested in who wrote that letter, when it presents a clear lead on someone who, at the very least, knew a bioterrorism attack would soon take place and that the attacker’s profile would fit that of Assaad (i.e. Muslim and a former USAMRIID scientist).In addition, in the early days of the investigation on October 12, 2001 – just one week after the attacks had claimed their first victim, the FBI called the University of Iowa and demanded that they destroy their entire database on the Ames strain of anthrax, the strain that would later be revealed to have been the very strain used in the attacks.Both the FBI and the university officially claimed that the database’s destruction was ordered in order to prevent its potential use by terrorists in the future and was thus a “precaution,” despite greatly hampering the capacity of the investigation to determine the origins of the anthrax used in the attacks. Dr. Francis Boyle, an American law professor who drafted the Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism Act of 1989, later asserted that the FBI’s decision to order the destruction of the Ames strain database was an “obstruction of justice, a federal crime,” adding that “…That collection should have been preserved and protected as evidence. That’s the DNA, the fingerprints right there.”
WASHINGTON, D.C.—The FBI has assured the nation that they will get back to figuring out why that guy shot 411 people in Las Vegas four years ago once they're finished investigating parent-teacher school board meetings across the country."Something more pressing than investigating the worst mass shooting in our nation's history has come up: parents concerned about what their kids are learning in school," said FBI agent Lars Conner as he donned a MAGA hat and sunglasses to infiltrate a parent-teacher meeting. "This is our top priority right now. Trying to figure out why a rando totally went rogue and fired thousands of rounds out a hotel window on concertgoers back in 2017 has to go on the backburner, for now.""What do you want us to do, just let parents have opinions unchecked? Not on my watch. We've gotta take these terrorists down."Indeed, sources within the FBI have confirmed that the FBI's most-wanted list is entirely parents at this point, from Cindy in Ohio to Amy in Wisconsin.At publishing time, the FBI had announced they will also "circle back" to BLM rioters, Antifa protesters, and Hunter Biden "after we've made sure these parents can't hurt school board members with their mean words anymore."
It's fucked up, really fucked up. Because they target children now for profit at expense of children, willfully hurting children.
Hackers Compromise FBI Email System, Spams at Least 100,000 RecipientsSCIENCE & TECHMimi Nguyen Ly Nov 13, 2021
Re: “Can the FBI Be Salvaged?”“I have a more basic question: ‘Which section of the Constitution authorizes a FBI?’ Could it be that James Madison was not paying attention when the subject of a FBI came up, or it was never even mentioned by our Founding Fathers? Police powers were rightly left to the states. Even the group that pushed a FBI on the Republic called it the ‘Federal Bureau of Investigation’ and not the ‘Federal Bureau of Police Powers.’ Even it realized police powers rest with the states.” —Wyoming
FBI Takes the Fifth on J6 ComplicityThere’s been a glaring lack of transparency from the Biden Justice Department regarding the events of January 6.Ray Epps. The whole truth about January 6 arguably begins and ends with Ray Epps. And if the FBI and the broader Biden Department of Justice are interested in sharing this truth with the American people (they aren’t, but let’s pretend they are), they must start by answering these two questions:1) Who is Ray Epps?2) What was his role in the events of January 6?The increasingly likely answer, based upon deeply incriminating video evidence, and upon the mysterious disappearance of Epps from the FBI’s Most Wanted poster, and upon the FBI’s utter unwillingness to answer the questions about Epps from Republican senators during yesterday’s hearing, is that Ray Epps was an agent provocateur planted by the FBI to incite lawless behavior by American citizens. This is the well-founded rumor now widely circulating, and the FBI’s already tarnished reputation is being further damaged by it.
Remember that dangerous chap Roger Stone? He was treated to the full weapons-drawn-in-a-pre-dawn-raid routine. Something similar happened to that very dangerous chap, the journalist James O’Keefe, whose tort was possibly having an embarrassing diary kept by the daughter of the president of the United States. That earned him a dawn visit from the Men in Black. They showed up at his door with a battering ram, cuffed O’Keefe and tossed him out in the hallway in his underwear as they proceeded to ransack his home.Then of course there are the numerous parents who have demonstrated that they are “domestic extremists” by daring to question the efforts of various lunatic schools boards attempting to shove the entire woke agenda down the throats of their children. For that the attorney general of the United States issued a memo to the entire police power of the state, from the FBI right down to local assets, warning them to keep an eye on such parents whose objections “could be the equivalent to a form of domestic terrorism and hate crimes.” Then of course there are the nearly 700 people the FBI has arrested and kept in a Washington Gulag in appalling conditions because they had the temerity to be in or around the Capitol last year on January 6.“Oh, but what happened at Colleyville shows how effective our Geheime Staastpolizei are in dealing with real terrorists threats.”No it doesn’t. At first, The Narrative was that the FBI neutralized the baddie and freed the hostages. Maybe they did indeed shoot Akram — I haven’t been able to confirm exactly how he died — but it turns out that the hostages freed themselves. The FBI lied about that part of the story.They also fudged the truth about why Akram was there in the first place. Yes, he wanted the release of Aafia Siddiqui. But as he said in his last telephone conversation, recorded as the hostage crisis unfolded, he wanted to bring war to America, he wanted to kill Jews and he wanted to die as a martyr. How did the FBI spin this? According to Matthew DeSarno, the agent charge in Dallas, Akram “singularly focused on one issue, and it was not specifically related to the Jewish community.”Really? He just happened to pick a synagogue to stage his last stand. It was just a tick that he kept talking about “f***ing Jews.” Right. One Twitter user summarized the truth of the situation with admirable crispness: “So to sum it up, FBI let this guy in, let him get a weapon and let him get so far as taking hostages. Then, though they put on a show, the men saved themselves, no thanks to said FBI.”