No Computer is Safe from Anyone with the Know-how to “Hack”

No Computer is Safe from Anyone with the Know-how to “Hack”

No Computer is Safe from Anyone with the Know-how to “Hack”

I, like US President Elect Donald Trump know that “no computer is safe” when it comes to keeping information private and secure within the current technology of Internet connectivity and data transfer.

Early last year I learned about the security of online communications, and expect that if I found out the truth, then the Trump Administration will too, and use everything possible to secure the government he will be running’s data.

Donald Trump rarely uses e-Mail or computers, however he does communicate directly with 17-M Americans via Twitter (NYSE:TWTR).

“You know, if you have something really important, write it out and have it delivered by courier, the old-fashioned way,” Donald Trump told reporters at his New Year’s Eve party last night. “Because I’ll tell you what: No computer is safe.”

Donald Trump has repeatedly cast aside allegations by US intelligence agencies that Russia tried to influence the Presidential election through hacking.

While, Lame Duck US President Barack Hussein Obama has accused the Russians of hacking the DNC to influence the election, and in a show of bravado ordered sanctions on Russian spy agencies, closed 2 Russian compounds and expelled 35 diplomats.

The Russian government has denied the allegations.

Donald Trump plans to meet with intelligence officials very soon to learn more about the hacking allegations. He said he wants US officials “to be sure because it’s a pretty serious charge.”

He pointed to intelligence failures over the existence of WMDs (weapons of mass destruction) in Iraq before the US invasion, and declared himself an expert in the area.

“I know a lot about hacking,” he said, “and hacking is a very hard thing to prove, so it could be somebody, anybody else.”

He added that he also knows “things that other people don’t know. And so they cannot be sure of the situation.”

When asked what he knows, Donald Trump said: “You’ll find out on Tuesday or Wednesday.”

Donald Trump’s New Year’s message was upbeat, addressed to all Americans, it included an abbreviation for his campaign slogan: Make America Great Again.

“To all Americans- HappyNewYear & many blessings to you all! Looking forward to a wonderful & prosperous 2017 as we work together to #MAGA.”

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2 Responses to "No Computer is Safe from Anyone with the Know-how to “Hack”"

  1. Kenn Wits   January 3, 2017 at 7:06 pm

    A key problem that is seldom addressed is Privileged Access Monitoring.

    When I worked at LSC in Liberal Colorado I was under attack by the IT guy at the behest of the liberal white women.

    So what do you do when the guy in charge of the network is the enemy? Do you report it to corporate which is run by the very liberal white women that have him attacking you because you are a white man with a southern accent and they want to impress the gays?

    We may want to worry less about external enemies and more about the internal enemies. This guy had no security experience. As with many companies trying to save a buck they dropped security duties into the lap of the LAN Admin.

    Do you see a problem with the flight attendant helping to fly the plane?

    And the last thing they wanted to hear about regarded security and training.

    Any questions why American networks are so easy for foreign invaders to access?

    • Shayne Heffernan   January 3, 2017 at 9:41 pm

      So what do you do when the guy in charge of the network is the enemy? That is the problem right there.

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