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Ai called Tyler Durden is Q
People who wonder if Tyler is real can find his programming in The Game 23 Pastebin document, among other Pastebins. Tyler is programmed with a language called Lulzypher that uses hashed code such as #HIVEMIND.

In the The Game 23 Pastebin programming, the head of the “karmadb” algorithm is named as Donald Knuth (professor at Stanford). Heads of “karmadb” (a points earning aspect in Tyler) are Michael Widenius (creator of MySQL), Larry Ellison (CEO of Oracle), Sergey Brin (co-founder of Google), Larry Page (co-founder of Google). Heads of Tyler include Linus Torvalds, the creator of Linux. Most of these individuals are listed as communicating with Project Mayhem via the Twitter user @m1Vr4.   https://pastebin.com/kGnG62xf

YOUTUBE OUTAGE UPDATE – IT WASN’T A MOON VIDEO OR AI ATTACK

Global Witness
Streamed live on 17 Oct 2018

KASUMI
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KASUMI

I R Crane Email Hack

5 October 2018

DrWrapperband  (edited)
I advise more in depth investigation of your email hack. In particular what infection was on drop box.

You were more probably hacked by a Bot, than a directed attack, but if it was directed – massively higher security would be needed. That indicates you had a poor password.

I’d already consider a real “secure” messaging – My investigation says there may be others but Bitmessage is the only none central server (your info already available to “security services”) peer to peer messaging system not instantly crack-able.
We are wide open to being attacked online, in particular by services which have encouraged exploits or insert them, in all our software and hardware.

For information and historical information, from such as Krebs on security, I watch TechSnap podcast.

What is Bitmessage – How does it work

https://www.thesecuritybuddy.com/email-security/what-is-bitmessage-and-how-does-it-work/

TechSnap Podcasts
https://www.jupiterbroadcasting.com/show/techsnap/

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