Monday, March 12, 2012

Maintaining security in your secret society

OK, so you want to successfully carry out your conspiracy on behalf of the Illuminati (or the anti-Illuminati). How can you keep your secret society safe from prying enemies or the FBI? A new paper, "The Dining Freemasons," by two British computer scientists, suggests security protocols for secret societies. (Hat tip, John Merritt).

4 comments:

fyreflye said...

So sorry to read this. The FS Theater was one of the great products of L A stoners in the '60's
and as such never received the recognition they deserved.

fyreflye said...

Of course this comment was meant for Peter Bergman's death notice. Either I or Blogger are really messed up today.

michael said...

I don't think either you or Blogger were all that messed up at all, fyreflye. It's a well-known fact that many tried to infiltrate the Firesign Theater, get to the Head Honchos behind all the Shenanigans - and just couldn't make it. "I finally cracked Skull and Bones, but I never could get at the true brain trust of the Firesign," one quasi-well-known conspirator once said.

My favorite part of the PDF was the bit on steganography. YMMV.

What Is The Illuminati said...

I agree with fyrefly, they did deserve a little more credit.