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  1. Uncle Joe

    Uncle Joe GoComics PRO Member said, 10 months ago

    Hmmm, I think that should be the other way around. I suspect the NSA could teach HHS a thing or two about websites & computer networks.

  2. Michael wme

    Michael wme said, 10 months ago

    The Obamacare website is much improved since 1 Oct. The NSA situation (not its software) is still in dismal shape. As Obama keeps saying, exposing Nixon was patriotic. Those who did it were never prosecuted, but rewarded, and this was entirely correct. However, exposing Obama is treason, and the traitors MUST be punished, and punished severely. But not enough voters are buying that line to ensure that Obama will be remembered as one of America’s Greatest Presidents.


    I, of course, believe that when two, count ‘em, two, presidents agree that everything the NSA is doing is necessary to keep us all safe from those hoards of goatherds who want to kill us all with their staffs, the president knows much more than we do, and we must trust him. If he thinks it’s necessary to incarcerate (or even kill) us all to keep us safe, he knows best.

  3. Enoki

    Enoki said, 10 months ago

    The NSA prefers a challenge. The Obamacare website can be hacked by high school students in 5 minutes flat with nothing but a web browser….

  4. ARodney

    ARodney said, 10 months ago

    @CCNJ's say the sky is falling

    You’re listening to too much right wing media. No data has been compromised by the ACA, and it has passed all tests with flying colors, including one this week. In fact, the biggest security risk to the ACA is Darrel Issa’s committee in congress, which keeps asking for the code despite a long history of leaking important security information, including the identities of our agents overseas.

  5. churchillwasright
  6. Uncle Joe

    Uncle Joe GoComics PRO Member said, 10 months ago

    @churchillwasright

    Umm, yeah… the White Hat walked back that story.

    “There’s been a few stories running around in the media around accessing 70,000 records on the healthcare.gov website. Just to note on this, we never accessed 70,000 records.”

    If he did access records, he broke the law. Bragging about it on Fox News may have raised the profile of his business, but opens him to some uncomfortable scrutiny.

    It’s also worth noting that his original claim was from November. I think the security of the healthcare.gov site is important. It’s worth asking if the potential vulnerabilities have been addressed.

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