Hey Agent Weebley, I hope you are ready to rock soon . . .
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Ah yes, as the rest of the world lived on undisturbed, hackers injected a poison into software giant, RSA Security. Not a lethal dose, just a kind of sodium pentatonic, so they can jazz ‘em up or give ‘em the blues. A musical truth serum, seems to be an apt way to say high fives. The hackers can now pluck a tune of their choice using a highly strung quintet.
Ah, yes, the internet “jive talking” went on while you were having a good night ballroom dancing with Lucy and your new friends. Getting better at the fancy footwork now, aren’t you?
I decided you needed a rest . . . all that medieval bagpipe music was getting you all fired up over nothing. Well, almost nothing. So I sent Epstein home, and let you wallow in your feelings for a while, bobbing around on the good ship, ChequeMate!
You made the right choice actually . . . going home. It’s not like you had to get microwaved at the airport, wait for 10 hours to connect through Heathrow, or get DVT while cramped up in coach.
You get it now . . . think . . . pouff . . . gone!
Oh, I like your WheresWaldo software . . . I didn’t know it existed. Where in the world is Agent Weebley?
You did, however, miss my last surfer dude post. I posted it on the “A” Register. http://www.theregister.co.uk/ I wonder what “A” stands for? Anyway, it took them 3 minutes to reject it and a day for me to find out where they stuck it. Here it is . . it seems mellow enough to me . . .
[Not quite posted by] Agent Heggle
[Title] Push and spin
Submitted at Friday 18th March 2011 21:26 GMT
Rejected by moderator at Friday 18th March 2011 21:29 GMT why? [the why was their idea, not mine]
The folks at EMC are likely PHPing their collective nappies over their baby, RSA appearing breeched. “Extremely sophisticated,” eh? Counter that with extreme sophistry on the dynamic web pages they spun today, and whaddayaknow . . . the parent stock (EMC) is currently up 1.21%. How odd . . must be a token of a ring of banks’ appreciation for EMC’s tireless labour.
Maybe RSA Security will be adopted out . . . head first?
Ah, babies having babies . . . dress-up time!
Geez, they didn’t have to have a caesarean section 8 over it . . . I was just chatting around!
In after hours trading EMC careened down 1.25%, the last time I checked.
To EMC and the banks: “are you listening to me?”
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I went to http://www.rsa.com and saw a conference they hosted on Februray 16, 2011 in San Franscisco. Here’s an excerpt from their currently soiled briefs:
“RSA Conference 2011 – San Francisco, CA – Today RSA, the Security Division of EMC (NYSE:EMC) released a Security Brief that outlines a fundamental yet strategic change in how organizations can better prioritize activities and identify threats in the wake of escalating advanced persistent threats (APTs). In the brief, “Mobilizing Intelligent Security Operations for Advanced Persistent Threats,” security experts from RSA, EMC and VMware present a new vision and forward-looking model specifically designed to help organizations effectively face these new and sophisticated attacks.”
You should read it, Agent Weebley . . . before it gets yanked. It’s a brief ROFL.
And something from this euphemistic Brent Hartman, Brent Hartman dude. Get a load of this VapourWare:
“To manage security at the speed and scale of the cloud and to deal with unpredictable adaptive threats such as APTs, organizations need to build upon the capabilities of today’s SOCs evolving their security operations to effectively manage these new threats,” said Bret Hartman, chief technology officer, RSA, The Security Division of EMC.
I don’t know much about the soap opera around big software security, but apparently, these hackers will constantly “help” RSA . . .
. . . any time of the year they’ll be there, spending cash, talking trash . . . with them. These hackers will get respect. Outta sight!
I did surf on the subject of software security today. Security is designed to keep people out, and once they get past the firewall, they’re in . . . the ”in crowd.” They can float around, impersonate people, send fake messages, add zeroes to, or subtract zeroes from transactions, do anything they want!
Plastic money will become elastic money.
Security is not designed to handle threats once they are on the inside.
That is why RSA advised their customers to make sure emails are valid before they open them. I’ll bet they will all look valid enough to open.
Yikes . . . punked!
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Now, are you well rested and ready to go back to HanseLand and get the Falco out of Lubeck with me, Agent Veebley?