Heartbleed Internet Bug: Pretext For Web Lockdown?

Wednesday, April 9, 2014
By Paul Martin

U.S. government was responsible for creating previous viruses

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet.com
April 9, 2014

The Heartbleed bug is being described as the most critical security flaw to hit the web since its inception, a crisis that could lay the groundwork for massive government regulation and censorship of the Internet.

“Millions of websites may have been leaking critically sensitive data for the past two years, thanks to a devastating flaw in the OpenSSL software many sites use to encrypt and transmit data,” reports Yahoo Tech, as experts warned web users to change all their passwords immediately in a bid to protect themselves from a vulnerability that could have allowed hackers to infiltrate millions of email accounts, sensitive tax records and a myriad of other private data.

“Catastrophic is the right word. On the scale of one to 10, this is an 11,” said security expert Bruce Schneier.

However, virtually no one has mentioned the elephant in the living room – the possibility that Heartbleed could have been the dirty work of the NSA and the US government, launched as both a massive snooping tool and as a pretext to implement draconian web regulation and censorship.

Debunkers would scoff at such a notion as an outlandish conspiracy theory – just as they did when Infowars asserted that the Stuxnet virus was the work of the U.S. and Israel back in 2010.

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