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  • APPLE SAYS NO TO UNLOCKING SAN BERNADINO TERRORISTS I-PHONES: John McAfee Says, I Can Do It For Free

    John McAfee is crazy. Crazy awesome! McAfee is a Cyber-Security Expert. No really, google Cyber Security Expert…he pops up. He also founded the Anti-Virus Software that bears his name. He’s kind of computer geek awesome.

    He’s the kind of guy that could probably go into a room with a laptop and WiFi and within a few days of staying up all night, pounding cigarettes, Red Bull, and whatever the hell else he wanted, he would be able to launch missiles from our submarines by pressing ENTER.

    So Apple and the US Gov are in a stare down over the San Bernadino jack-wagons I-phones. Apple says NO to letting the FBI in the back door of the I technology.

    McAfee says, come to me. My team could solve it, free of charge. SO LET HIM! Oh yeah, he is running for president ICYMI.

    From The Business Insider:

    Cybersecurity expert John McAfee is running for president in the US as a member of the Libertarian Party. This is an op-ed article he wrote and gave us permission to run.

    Using an obscure law, written in 1789 — the All Writs Act — the US government has ordered Apple to place a back door into its iOS software so the FBI can decrypt information on an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters.

    It has finally come to this. After years of arguments by virtually every industry specialist that back doors will be a bigger boon to hackers and to our nation’s enemies than publishing our nuclear codes and giving the keys to all of our military weapons to the Russians and the Chinese, our government has chosen, once again, not to listen to the minds that have created the glue that holds this world together.

    This is a black day and the beginning of the end of the US as a world power. The government has ordered a disarmament of our already ancient cybersecurity and cyberdefense systems, and it is asking us to take a walk into that near horizon where cyberwar is unquestionably waiting, with nothing more than harsh words as a weapon and the hope that our enemies will take pity at our unarmed condition and treat us fairly.

    Any student of world history will tell you that this is a dream. Would Hitler have stopped invading Poland if the Polish people had sweetly asked him not to do so? Those who think yes should stand strongly by Hillary Clinton’s side, whose cybersecurity platform includes negotiating with the Chinese so they will no longer launch cyberattacks against us.

    The FBI, in a laughable and bizarre twist of logic, said the back door would be used only once and only in the San Bernardino case.

    No one believes that crap. We’re the FBI, you can trust us not to wreck the entire world. Yeah right. Sell crazy somewhere else.

    Give McAfee a crack at those phones. I bet we’ll be seeing the San Bernadino freaks texts to Usama Bin Nut Job by Friday.

     


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