VIDEO (39:34) Winn Schwartau high guru of electronic Pearl Harbor information warfare and computer security


Winn Schwartau is the ORIGINAL High Guru of electronic and information warfare — his first book, Terminal Compromise, stripped NSA naked and was so hot his lawyers insisted it be published as fiction. His next book, Information Warfare, is still the basic reference today. His most recent book, with over 3,000 images and graphics, is the new standard in the field of commmunications and computing security.

Winn has from the 1960’s been a recognized hacker and introduced Robert Steele to hackers, and both of them together introduced governments to hackers who are good — like astronauts pushing the edge of the envelope. Learn more about Winn at:


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  1. Why not just Hack the Brain? Oh wait,

    “neurological pathologies resulting from breaching the blood-brain barrier, as well as intracranial production of sounds and possibly words at very low average power densities”.

    Extract from declassified 1976 document

    “They’ve” known for a long, long time.

  2. RDS. Is there any way you can transcribe your interviews for us obsessive readers who’s attention span is too short to sit through a whole vid?

  3. Isn’t it the case that quantum computers, if/when they can be practicably made and used, would be totally secure, unhackable ?

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