OH-MY, could my computer be a zombie of of NSA?
It could be, but if it were, _you_ would never know. ;)
Could I be a part of a weird plot with the NSA and Aliens using
parallel computing and my computer to create an Intelligent Supercomputer
that will rule the world?
Shoot, Mork! we need a more subtle approach, the earthlings are catching on!
UHHHH--forget it--just remembered, that was the dream I had last
the Dwarf blue Girl from the 7th planet of Zwqqvvzzz--never mind.
I remember her!
Careful, she is on the rebound from James T Kirk....
I am not sure I would want to follow his act,
I hear James is a "High Risk" Category type...
[ Remember, he cried like a Baby when Spock Died, 'nough said ! ]
Just a note to say "THANKS Guys/Girls for being here". I
read a lot--post
seldom. Still trying to figure out these "zombie" SELinux features--
Me too, and I think the real trick is.. [the remainder of this sentence has been
censored for your own safety, Comrade -- Zombiware (tm)]
like SELINUX. Somebody tell NSA thanks-- even though they have devious dark
plans for protecting computer OS's.
Oh, no need to... you posted into -this- list.
They are -well- aware of you, and your opinions, by now.
Remember the TIA slogan: "In God we trust, all else we Monitor!".
(Caution: Any similarity between this post, and reality,
is -purely- coincidental...
OK, with the exception of the Kirk-Spock thing.)
On Friday April 8 2005 06:10 am, Russell Coker wrote:
>On Tuesday 01 March 2005 10:54, "nanocurie" <nanocurie(a)cocmast.net>
>> I just joined the list. I just downloaded and installed FC3,
>>and noticed that it had SE-Linux installed by default. I thought okay, so
>>the NSA now can/will take control of my secure computers. Good, if
>The SE Linux code is clean and reasonably easy to read, it has been checked
>by many people. If you are concerned about back-doors in kernel code then
>you should be concerned about the device drivers for less popular hardware
>and other code that doesn't get much attention.