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Comment: Re:Are the Stasi already forgotten? (Score 1) 103

by stooo (#47281917) Attached to: German Intel Agency Helped NSA Tap Fiber Optic Cables In Germany

Yep. Even worse, the Verfassungsschutz (interior "security" agency, created by the USA after the war by recruiting former nazis) is even more implied in (neo)nazi affairs from '45 until today. They basically fund the neonazi party by having half the party being "undercover agents" (thus paid by the government) ....

There's only one way to deal with it : close the BND and the Verfassungsschutz.

Comment: Re:Cute but dumb (Score 1) 125

by stooo (#47127037) Attached to: Imparting Malware Resistance With a Randomizing Compiler

>> And would make that buggy software nearly impossible to patch.

A patch applies to the source, recompile, and there you are.

>> Every time there's a security vulnerability found, you'd essentially have to reinstall the whole application.

No, you have to patch the source and recompile the exe. It's a much saner workflow than to patch a binary (who does this anyway?).

"An open mind has but one disadvantage: it collects dirt." -- a saying at RPI