more secure than email server, Hillary Clinton

No classified documents should ever be sent by email.No government employee should ever use email for work.
All government email servers should be incinerated ASAP.
This should have already been done.
Hilary Clinton setup probably no worse than what the rest of the government is using – most of which has already been compromised.

Frankly, nobody should be using email except for jokes, junk, illegality, superfluous nonsense, and warnings.

Most banks use secure messaging already.
My banks do.
Many companies do.

But that is not enough as most computers are insecure.

Many networks are insecure.

Network access is insecure.

Most websites are insecure.

Secure is actually cheaper than insecure.

Much of this can be fixed for $9 per person for hardware and maybe a $1 per month and a few pennies for electricity.
Much cheaper than Apple, Microsoft, Dell, etc. Computers.
Secure networks are also much cheaper than insecure networks.
You are paying extra to be spied on, cheated, hacked, etc.
Stop it.

My patent, forthcoming.

I set up a home email server in 1995. What a mess.
Not only insecure but also a Rube Goldberg contraption that has only gotten worse over time.

Small, simple, elegant is a virtue and greatly enhances security.
Big and complex will go extinct as did dinosaurs.
Expensive and insecure.

Glorious warm spring weather, blossoms exploding.

On Mar 5, 2016, at 3:10 AM, Lothar wrote:

WHAT ALL AMERICANS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT HILLARY CLINTON’S ALLEGED SAP COMPROMISE–MAJ ED COET, USA (RET)

[COURTESY: CAPT Les Horn, USN (Ret)]

My name is Ed Coet. I am a retired US Army Intelligence Officer. In my last job in the army I was the Chief of the Human Intelligence Branch for the US European Command in Stuttgart, Germany. In that capacity I was also the Designated Program Manager for a Special Access Program (SAP) like the SAP that Hillary Clinton is alleged to have compromised in the most recent State Department Inspector General report to congress and which has been widely reported in the news. Here is what I personally know about SAP’s and what I can attest to in an unclassified forum:

1. The names of each SAP are themselves classified Top Secret because the information within the SAP are far and above Top Secret.
2. SAP’s are so sensitive that even people who have security clearances giving them access to Top Secret Sensitive Compartment Information (TS SCI), an enormously high security clearance level, cannot have accesses to a SAP’s unless they receive a special indoctrination into the SAP based on an operational “must know” that exceeds all other “need to know” standards.
3. Being “read on” for a SAP is far more then acknowledging in writing that you have been briefed on the SAP. It is an in-depth “indoctrination” into the given SAP, and each SAP is itself compartmented separately from other SAPS. Having access to one SAP does not give you access to another SAP, and in fact rarely does. Only a tiny handful of people have knowledge of all SAP’s. SAP’s are the most stringently compartmented and protected information in the entire US government.
4. Unlike Top Secret SCI which is maintained in highly secure Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilitates (SCIF’s) managed by specially trained Special Security Officers (SSO’s) at various levels of command, every single SAP is managed by an individually designated Program Manager for each individual SAP covering an entire theater of operations. In other words, SAP Program Managers are far fewer in number than there is SSO’s. SSO’s are not cleared to even know about SAP’s or to maintain information about them in their already enormously secure SCIF’s. How SAP’s are secured cannot be discussed because of the sensitive beyond Top Secret nature in which it is done.

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