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Report: NSA decides mass phone surveillance just isn’t worth the hassle
The U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) has recommended that the White House drop the phone surveillance program that collects information about millions of U.S. phone calls and text messages–or at least that’s what they want you to believe.
NSA Wants To End Mass Phone Data Collection Program
According to a new report, the National Security Agency has recommended to the White House that its mass U.S. phone data collection program may be ended. The agency is reportedly of the view that this program, which gathers metadata on domestic text messages and phone calls, has become too burdensom
ExtraPulsar backdoor based on leaked NSA code – what you need to know
A US security researcher has come up with an open-source Windows backdoor that is loosely based on NSA attack code that leaked back in 2017 as part of the the infamous Shadow Brokers breach.
Security researcher creates new backdoor inspired by leaked NSA malware
A security researcher has created a proof-of-concept backdoor inspired by the NSA malware that leaked online in the spring of 2017. This new malware is named SMBdoor and is the work of RiskSence security researcher Sean Dillon (@zerosum0x0).
DARE: NSA Recommends Dropping Phone-Surveillance Program
Want to receive this digest in your inbox? To subscribe, simply click here and choose DARE: Daily Alert on Rights and Expression from the list. National Security Agency recommends that the White House drops the phone surveillance program that allows for data collection from millions of phone calls a
End the NSA's Invasive Call Detail Records Program Once and for All
Over nearly two decades, the NSA has searched millions of Americans’ telephone call records—all without a warrant or, for the vast majority of these calls, any suspicion of wrongdoing. It’s time to end the mass telephone Call Detail Records (CDR) program once and for all. Please join us in urging Co
F**k Privacy. Facebook’s Terrifying New Lawyer is an Architect of NSA Mass Surveillance
By CCN.com: Don’t believe what Mark Zuckerberg tells you. Facebook is not remotely interested in protecting your privacy. The company just hired Jennifer Newstead as general counsel, a lawyer widely cited as co-writer of the Patriot Act, famously granting unprecedented snooping powers to the US gove
NSA baseball wraps up season
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Cyber Criminals Target Enterprises With NSA Malware
A group of cyber criminals has created a piece of malware, which security researchers have called “Beapy,” using NSA’s previously leaked DoublePulsar persistent backdoor code and EternalBlue exploit, to target enterprises. The Beapy malware installs cryptojacking code that uses the enterprise networ
NSA recommends White House end spying program leaked by Snowden
The NSA spying program could soon come to an end — if the White House listens to the NSA’s recommendation. According to the , the National Security Agency is recommending that the White House abandon the agency’s metadata surveillance program, which was first brought to light by the leaks by former
White House Confirms Trump Plans To Obliterate The Deep State
Now that the Deep State coup has been exposed, insiders say President Trump is ready to use every tool he has to finally defeat the Deep State. Alex explains how more than ever now is the time for patriots to support the president's America First agenda.
The NSA Defended the Domestic Surveillance That Snowden Exposed. Now the Agency Wants to End It.
Almost six years after Edward Snowden revealed to the American public that the National Security Agency (NSA) was collecting millions upon millions of telephone records without warrants or cause, the agency itself is calling for an end to the practice.
Saints top GCA
The Nansemond-Suffolk Academy baseball team picked up a huge win against Greenbrier Christian Academy Tuesday evening. NSA went on the road and picked up a 5-2 win against a very good GCA team that was ranked No. 1 in the most recent Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association Division II stat
Court enforces need for warrant before police can access your real-time phone location
The state of Massachusetts has enforced the requirement for police officers to obtain a warrant before accessing GPs and real-time smartphone location data. Highlighted by the release of thousands of confidential US National Security Agency (NSA) documents to the media in 2013 by whistleblower and f
NSA names Air Force Academy 2019 cyber warrior champions
The National Security Agency announced that U.S. Air Force Academy is the winner of the 2019 NSA Cyber Exercise — a three-day competition that tests cyber warrior skills. More than 100 women and men from the U.S. Military Academy, U.S. Naval Academy, U.S. Air Force Academy, and the U.S. Coast Guard
WHOA! Adm. Rogers worked with FISA Court on illegal spying all along
D.C. attorney Joe diGenova claims that Admiral Mike Rogers was working with FISA since discovering illegal spying on President Trump and other American citizens in 2016. Back in 2016, Rogers appeared to discover the spying and went immediately to visit President Trump at the White House, he said.
Lady Saints lax dominates
The Nansemond-Suffolk Academy girls’ lacrosse team defeated Christchurch School 15-2. The Lady Saints lacrosse team went to 5-7 with the home win. NSA will take on Cape Henry Collegiate at 5:15 p.m. Thursday at home for senior day.
NSA Bahrain Plays Host-Nation All Star Basketball Team
MANAMA, Bahrain (NNS) -- Naval Support Activity (NSA) Bahrain’s Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) partnered with the Bahrain Olympic Committee to host a basketball game at the base gymnasium on Apr. 19.
ECCC receives $74,646
DECATUR, Miss. (WJTV) - East Central Community College in Decatur has received a $74,646 grant from the National Security Agency and National Science Foundation. It will offer free GenCyber Camps for girls this summer in four locations throughout the college's district.
Bob Gualtieri named Sheriff of the Year by NSA
LARGO — Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri says he’s flattered to be recognized, particularly by his fellow sheriffs. Gualtieri is talking about the 2019 Ferris E. Lucas Sheriff of the Year award from the National Sheriff’s Association.