There's no evidence (so far) of someone like Cisco knowingly putting an NSA exploit in everything they sell.
The NSA doesn't intercept all exported routers to a given country, either. Why wouldn't they intercept a single modem being shipped to a single target here in the US? It's no less illegal than most of the other junk they're doing.
A slide leaked by Wikileaks shows Cisco being counted by the NSA as a "strategic partnership". http://www.vrworld.com/2014/05...
UPS and Fed Ex's silence on the NSA's involvement doesn't give me much confidence that they're not participating in domestic interdiction. http://dailycaller.com/2013/12...
Sorry for the doublepost--but this is ironic, looks like you're a shill yourself.
Calling Snowden a traitor--same old shit. Say hi to cold fjord for me.
Oh really? Then please explain to me why GHCQ specifically targeted slashdot's users with a man in the middle attack / malware?https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20131111/01080925194/gchq-used-fake-slashdot-page-to-install-malware-to-hack-internet-exchange.shtml
If you think there are no paid trolls here, you must not spend any time on environment or Snowden threads. be sure to tell that to cold fjord or SartenX or Jeremiah Cornelius, i'm sure they'll be thrilled that someoene is slow enough to think that they're legit.
You are in a maze of UUCP connections, all alike.