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  • Loren Coleman
    THE WORD WAR Secret buzzwords which trigger spying on email or phone calls THESE are the words that British and US spy chiefs believe can help identify
    Message 1 of 1 , May 31, 2001
      THE WORD WAR

      Secret buzzwords which trigger spying on email or phone calls
      THESE are the words that British and US spy chiefs believe can help
      identify international terrorists.

      If mentioned in an email, fax or phone call, they trigger an
      electronic eavesdropping system called Echelon.

      Messages are then intercepted and read by agents at GCHQ, Cheltenham,
      and Forte Meade, Washington.

      There are thought to be more than 1,000 words which trigger Echelon.
      They range from monarchist, nailbomb and Roswell to nuclear, cocaine
      and IRA. Officials have defended Echelon but the European Parliament
      says Britain may be infringing human rights by invading people's
      privacy.

      And computer hackers, who published the word list, want to overload
      the system by using them as often as possible.

      Computer terrorism

      Encryption

      Secret Service

      White House

      Def Con (United States situation of military alert)

      PGP (free, unbreakable code available on the internet)

      Furby (famous computer hacker)

      FRU (cover name for SAS in Northern Ireland)

      Bugs Bunny (computer daughter)

      Whitewater (Clinton property scandal)

      hacker)

      Lebed (former Russian General and maverick politician)

      HALO (type of parachute jump)

      Kill the President

      GCHQ

      Exon Shell

      Echelon

      The Hague

      Pretoria

      Steak Knife (code-name of double agent in the IRA)

      Debugging

      Nailbomb

      Nuclear

      Vauxhall Cross (address of MI6 headquarters)

      Blowpipe (type of surface-to-air missile)

      Cocaine

      Heroin

      Kosovo

      Scud

      Spook

      Bubba the Love Sponge (computer hacker)

      Jihad

      Uzi

      Jiang Zemin (President of China)

      Propaganda

      Roswell (site of alleged UFO landings in New Mexico)

      Assassinate

      Virus

      Anarchy

      Chelsea (President Clinton'sMoD

      Plutonium

      William Gates

      Nike

      Anthrax

      Embassy

      Waco

      World Trade Center

      Delta Force

      PLO

      SEAL Team (American equivalent of the SAS)

      GRU (Russian Army Intelligence)

      Rebels

      Recon

      High security

      Clandestine

      Bootleg

      Mole

      Blackbird (high speed US spy plane)

      Lock picking

      Stakeout

      Porno

      Firewalls (computer security term)

      Anonymous

      Industrial intelligence

      Rand Corporation

      Small pox

      Mania

      KLM

      Black-ops (name for secret missions)

      Supercomputer

      Electron

      Pipebomb

      Clone

      Soros (billionaire financier)

      Glock 26 (ceramic handgun which is undetectable at airports)

      Colonel

      Rail gun (part of Ronald Reagan's Star Wars defence)

      Explosion

      Serbian

      Smuggle

      Airframe

      Revolution

      Iraq

      Al Amn al-Askari (Iraqi cabinet)

      MI5

      FBI

      Panama

      Fissionable (material suitable for atomic bomb)

      Contacts

      Watchers

      Satellite imagery

      Eavesdropping

      Rapid reaction

      Spetznaz (Russian equivalent of SAS)

      Tomlinson (surname of former MI6 spy hounded by British government)

      Undercover

      Investigation

      Privacy

      Espionage

      Hackers

      Wipeout

      Flashbangs (stun grenades)j.clements@...

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