Here’s how to Spy Intercepts Confidential Data

Spy roam everywhere. Especially among the leaders of the nation. The tapping of Australian intelligence to a number of high-ranking officials in Indonesia. Including President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, Vice President Boediono and First Lady Ani Yudhoyono. Both of them shocking and disappointing. President Yudhoyono has also regretted the wiretapping of telephone conversations that friendly countries of Indonesia are doing.

The United States also tapping. Former US intelligence officer Edward Snowden leaked the tapping through media in Brazil, Britain, and Australia. He was hunted by the United States government after carrying a pile of spy documents from the National Security Agency (NSA).

In addition to tapping on the phone, they can get important information from anywhere, even from someone’s status and e-mail. Quoted from Yahoo News, the technology that is present now can instead be a boomerang for its users so that important information can be tracked easily. Here are four details:

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1. NSA Build Data Center for Reading Email to Conquer the Spy

From now on, carefully keep important or personal data in e-mail. By building a data center in Utah, since its creation complete in September 2013 the NSA can read millions of data.

Actually, the number of internet traffic usage of e-mail is still very small to be tracked. However, with the algebraic calculations the NSA made, it could be possible. So, check back and secure the data contained in your e-mail.

2. The FBI Has Data on Important People

Working with large companies is quite promising, but apparently the information on the cover letter vulnerable to information leakage. If the applicant’s profile score is high, the FBI’s American intelligence service will immediately track the person’s whereabouts.

Steve Job’s personal data was one that the FBI controlled while considering work for 41st US president George HW in 1991. In addition to Steve Job, musicians such as John Lennon, Marilyn Monroe, and Jimi Hendrix were also among the FBI-supervised. In addition to personal data, the FBI also claims, they have a number of other important data, such as the network of hemp trade.

3. Status of Facebook and Twitter

In addition to friends or followers, it turns out the security agency in America (Homeland Security) can monitor the status of Facebook and Twitter. The goal is for the government to know whether a person’s tweet or status contains information that could threaten security or terrorism. The spy will directly supervise the people involved in the matter.

4. Internet Service Provider (ISP)

ISPs often require site visitors to save files or fill in some data. Looks unsuspecting, but it turns out that spy organizations can track down important information of a person. Though ISPs can track information about the time and type of sites they visit. ISPs typically store a number of important data, such as company logos, bank information, and IP addresses. They can access the information to solve criminal and civil cases for law enforcement even without the permission of the owner.