Predictive Programming and the Human Microchipping Agenda confirms the reality of the microchip agenda, and shows that the weapon of propaganda has been used against the public for decades in order to familiarize us with the idea of being chipped. This process is called predictive programming and its purpose is literally to program the mind of the victim so as to accept without question whatever is required by the programmer – in this case, the idea of being microchipped at some point in the future. The victim is generally unaware of being programmed, believing that it’s all just harmless entertainment. For this reason it can be a powerful and effective weapon against us. – See more at: http://humansarefree.com/2013/10/the-human-microchipping-agenda_20.html#sthash.Vh0xvi7t.dpuf
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The best way to deter these interlopers is by putting up several layers of protection, the cyber equivalent of a multi-layered defense. Here are some Internet defenses that work: –
1. Encryption Here’s a quote from somebody who knows a lot about cyber security and how to get around it: ex-NSA hacker Edward Snowden: “Encryption works. Properly implemented, crypto systems are on one of the few things you can rely upon.” Encryption simply means scrambling information so it’s hard to decode. Governments have been doing it for well over a century and the good news is that there are encryption software programs anybody can take advantage of. They include: – Tor Browsers – which let users send encrypted data on PCs and laptops, Android devices or iPhones. – Red Phone — which lets you send encrypted voice communications between two Android phones. Both users have to deploy the app to get the protection. – Text Secure — which lets you send encrypted text communications over Android phones. – PGP or Pretty Good Privacy — a commercial product available from a company called Symantec. It isn’t perfect but it will protect you from amateur hackers and most criminals. There are also some free open-sourced variations of this product available including one for Windows. – There are also encrypted mail services such as Hushmail.com and Silent Circle. The problem is that these organizations can be forced to divulge data to the FBI or NSA through court orders. A similar service called Lavabit was forced to shut down because it refused to give the FBI access to Edward Snowden’s email account. – Experts believe that the best method is to use two or three encrypted services. A system called STARTLS is hard to track. All the information on services that use these is encrypted. –
– Some more alternatives are coming. The governments of nations like Germany and Brazil are talking about setting up encrypted email services for their citizens, and in the future it might be possible for Americans to take advantage of those. There are also foreign email systems such as NEOMAILBOX which is based in neutral Switzerland. The Swiss have a long history of protecting privacy including that of American citizens.
2. Use HTTPS as much as possible While many websites you surf use “HTTP,” the alternative HTTPS – used by such websites as banks and financial institutions – encrypts the data, making it much harder to hack. Use a browser plug-in called HTTPS Everywhere to help.
3. Avoid services from companies known to cooperate with the NSA and FBI This includes Gmail, Hotmail, Twitter, AOL, Yahoo, Skype, Apple and other large American technology companies. –
This White Paper from the Press Freedom Foundation provides more advanced information. It mentions some of the techniques that journalists like Glenn Greenwald use to protect their data. In today’s world everybody is going to have to follow some of these steps to protect their privacy. Meanwhile, computer programmer John McAfee says he plans on releasing a $100 anti-NSA device called “D-Central” that will protect citizens from detection. Off The Grid News will monitor its release date – See more at: http://hacksperger.wordpress.com/ PhonePrivacy Seguridad Info. TOP SECRET TOR Karsten Nohl
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