In order to build a workable “full spectrum” Irish Republican Civil Service, complete with integrated Irish Republican Intelligence Service, it is important that ‘Communication Networks’ can be secured during the initial development phase.
QCH, better known as Quantum Cryptographic Holography, will without a doubt become the defacto standard in global secure ‘telecommunications’ within the next decade.
QCH has been verified by Cybersecurity expert Joe Shenouda as being a quantum cryptography software/method that can and will deliver 100% secure uncrackable cryptography.
Joe is a cybersecurity professional that advises the Dutch [Nederlands] Intelligence services on cybersecurity issues, he is also one of my connections on LinkedIn, he was the second person I contacted regarding QCH a couple of years ago, the first contact will remain anonymous but the date of contact should be known, December 2012.
Until QCH is fully coded and deployed across the globe we as Irish republicans need to ensure that we can build our strengths in our ‘existing communications networks’ by utilizing everything that is currently available to us.
Developing specialized communications systems such as ‘SecureDrop’ listed below will aid us as Republicans to secure our communications from the intrusive intelligence services as much as we can until QCH becomes a reality.
Some within republicanism have lost sight of how fast the world has evolved, they have also lost insight into who these people are, what they are able to do as a collective, we as a movement need to remove ourselves from the whole FVEY ‘Communications’ Networks, including the ‘Internet 1.0’.
QCH will be revolutionary, it will allow for a new ‘Internet 2.0’, the power that it possesses is groundbreaking, you can visit the GitHub page to help get QCH software coded here:
In the meantime, I will be developing custom Android OS ROMs for TV boxes that allow for custom built secure communications and additional security measures that include pre-installed apps such as ‘Haven’ which has been developed by the guardian project & Edward Snowden, link to the GitHub source Code can be found here if you want to contribute:
in the meantime if you yourselves want to look into more about the best communications systems available for secure communications you can visit the guardian project or the freedom of the press:
where you can get hold of all the secure communications source code and deploy them to your websites, apps on mobile devices etc, or you can wait for one of my custom android Tv ROMs on an Android TV Box complete with all the additional trimming that we are accustomed to.
here below we see the ‘overview of the SecureDrop Whistle Blower Box as used by the Guardian Project and the WikiLeaks Press outlet:
“SecureDrop is an open-source whistleblower submission system that media organizations can use to securely accept documents from and communicate with anonymous sources. It was originally created by the late Aaron Swartz and is currently managed by Freedom of the Press Foundation”.
SecureDrop is a tool for sources to communicate securely with journalists. The SecureDrop application environment consists of three dedicated computers:
Secure Viewing Station: An air-gapped laptop running the
Tails operating system from a USB stick that journalists use to decrypt and view submitted documents.
Application Server: Ubuntu server running two segmented Tor hidden
services. The source connects to the Source Interface, a public-facing Tor hidden service, to send messages and documents to the journalist. The journalist connects to the Journalist Interface, an authenticated Tor hidden service, to download encrypted documents and respond to sources.
Monitor Server: Ubuntu server that monitors the Application Server
with OSSEC and sends email alerts.
In addition to these dedicated computers, the journalist will also use their normal workstation computer:
Journalist Workstation: The every-day laptop that the journalist uses for
their work. The journalist will use this computer to connect to the Application Server to download encrypted documents that they will transfer to the Secure Viewing Station. The Journalist Workstation is also used to respond to sources via the Journalist Interface.
Depending on the news organization’s threat model, it is recommended that journalists always use the Tails operating system on their Journalist Workstation when connecting to the Application Server. Alternatively, this can also be its own dedicated computer.
These computers should all physically be in your organization’s office.
With many thanks to: Micheál Concúic for the original posting and also GRMA mó chára for the tag very much appreciated. God Bless Ireland.