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Former NSA Director Patenting Computer Security Techniques

Posted on August 4th, 2014 at 20:37 by John Sinteur in category: Intellectual Property, Security -- Write a comment

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Former NSA Director Keith Alexander is patenting a variety of techniques to protect computer networks. We’re supposed to believe that he developed these on his own time and they have nothing to do with the work he did at the NSA, except for the parts where they obviously did and therefore are worth $1 million per month for companies to license.

No, nothing fishy here.

  1. No backdoors, do you promise?

  2. I’m sure if he uses a backdoor he will have the common decency to give a reach-around…

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