Allegations Regarding FBI Involvement with OpenBSD14 December 2010 · Filed in Information
Let’s get right to the point and set the record straight: I am not, nor have I ever been, affiliated with or employed by the FBI or any other government agency.
That’s why I was surprised when word surfaced that I had been implicated in some sort of conspiracy regarding a plan to place secret backdoors into an OpenBSD cryptographic framework, and that my recent advocacy of OpenBSD was based on my alleged involvement with the FBI.
I don’t know where the person who started this rumor got his information, but he is sadly mistaken regarding my involvement. Perhaps the other Scott Lowe is involved; I don’t know. What I do know is this: I’m not affiliated with, supported by, employed by, associated with, or in support of the FBI in any way, shape, form, or fashion. Quite simply, it wasn’t me.
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