The future of the cyber war is in your hands

Dear readers, where do I go from here? With my future scheduled posts from the past arriving the 1st of each month until March 2015; I do not necessarily need to keep posting, but I am compelled to anyway.

Since WordPress appears to be longer living than twitter, I will retroactively begin embedding all sorts of breadcrumbs in my previous posts and posts to come. These new hyperlinks will be of significance, whether to The Travelers exploits or the exploits of other time travelers. They may often lead to historical information that would otherwise appear unrelated, because of the separation of time and spaces it took to create this updated digital record of our interconnected histories.

I would love to share all of my lives with you, but being ever cautious I know not to reveal them all. However I am well documented yet well hidden, so I many breadcrumbs will be nods to my personal past.

BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY, the present.

And presently you have allowed this wondrous tool called the internet to invite “Big Brother” into your daily lives. Even now, they’re watching you. Do not be naive and think there is someone who is not. Before I get started with the main subject of this post let me tell you a story from Y2K.

In the year 2000 my father was the head chief of cyber security at Aberdeen Proving Grounds; where he surveilled not only the networks on post, but the surrounding city as well. He took me one day to a place I should not have been, and drove me to become the man I am today. Underground behind layers of biometric, physical, and digital security there is a room. They call this “The Blue Room.” This is one location where cyber spies carried out missions in America. This was not their primary function however; it was to oversee the proper usage of government machines, and to protect the systems from internal and external threats. The blue room was wall to wall decorated with computer monitors that streamed data like the screens from The Matrix (though legible packets of information, not random symbols) — these monitors were under 24 hour observation in case a red flag appeared, in which they would assess and possibly escalate it to my dad. I could tell you about the blue room and 9/11…but that’s a whole different conspiracy.

The morale of the story is once again, “You are being watched.” So the main point I’m making here presently, is that you need to take preventative steps in order to insure your identity and freedoms. Future posts of mine will deal with topics such as proxies, encryption methods, mobile privacy, minimizing your internet footprint, and hardening your private systems.

Allow me to impart a fraction of my wisdom and knowledge into your brain, and you will receive a whole new set of tools to evolve with in this new age.

For now so I can get this published, I’ll post a single searchable query for you. I could make it easy for you and hyperlink you to the search results.

site:twitter.com @Samurai_Lucy #OpNewBlood #NSA

But I want you to get used to one of the most powerful tools today and building hyper specific search queries.

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1 thought on “The future of the cyber war is in your hands

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