Secure Broadcast Informatics

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http://www.securebroadcastinformatics.com

Go to this thread on ETS for discussion of this Website.


Discovery

The text 'solutions backwards initiative' was found on the Blu-Ray and HD DVD edition of the Beside You In Time booklet. This led to http://www.solutionsbackwardsinitiative.com which automatically redirects to http://www.securebroadcastinformatics.com

Content

This site is for a company that delivers "quantum encryption, authentication, and verification." This company provides high-level security for all kinds of information, all "with zero chance of interception." Additionally, the site mentions "Our unique retrocausal systems effectively eliminate errors, interference, and eavesdropping before they happen..." [emphasis added] implying the technology utilizes some transfer or collection of data through time.

By clicking and dragging, several background images line up to create a login box. The password field reveals "matt26:45-46" while dragging the section of the background with the "submit" button. The password disappears when the mouse is released. Once the background lines up ("Remote System Access"), type "matt26:45-46" into the box, then click "submit."

Hidden website

After entering the password "matt26:45-46," clicking the "submit" button directs you to Solutions Backwards Initiative (http://www.solutionsbackwardsinitiative.net/pilgrims/).

The pilgrims site seems to refer to quantum mechanics and quantum cryptography. The Image 1 is a Feynmann diagram. EPR almost certainly stands for Einstein Podolsky Rosen whose thought experiments are part of the history of quantum physics.

A chat log pops up after a while, showing them typing seemingly "live."

The chat log on the site uses characters including Alicia and Eva -- almost certainly a reference to Alice and Eve in cryptography.

Auto-Reply E-mail

E-mail from francisco@securebroadcastinformatics.com:

As I write this, cops are coming to arrest me and my friends for trying to make America a better place to live. I'm an IT specialist, they are mostly scientists, ranging from graduate students to eminent professors. None of us are soldiers. None of us wanted to hurt anybody. We weren't in favor of violence-just the same free speech that used to be your right under the constitution.

If you look down, you will see an email I got two days ago. Is this the kind of country you want to live in? Are these the choices you want to make?

If you wanted a job here at SBI, ask yourself *which America do I want to defend?*

If you think about that for even a little while, be careful: the cops will be coming for you next.

Francisco Parro IT consultant

PS I'm sorry, Elaina. If they had come to me even a little sooner, I would have betrayed my friends to save you. Now it's too late for any of us.

Als sie mich holten,
gab es keinen mehr,
der protestieren konnte.

translation DE/EN:
When they came for me,
there was no one left,
to speak out

(For more in-depth information about the preceding quote see: Martin Niemoeller)

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From: <blocked>
To: Francisco@securebroadcastinformatics.com
Content: hidden bandwidth

>>Dear Sir:

>>>>It has come to the attention of the Bureau of Morality's Internet Monitoring Taskforce that several of the clients for whom you handle IT seem to show bandwidth loads that do not match their formally submitted audit numbers.

We have asked for clarification of this matter on three occasions. Your replies have been either evasive or insufficient or simply late. Frankly, speaking as one human being to another, it has been as bad as dealing with a health insurance company.

>You may be aware of that frustration yourself, in the lengthy delays you have encountered trying to process the papers for your wife's breast cancer treatments. So I know you understand our frustration, and will be motivated to do your very best to explain these bandwidth discrepancies.

>>>>>>>>>You may submit any information in the full confidence that it will remain anonymous.

Perhaps your wife will start feeling better soon.

>A friend


Note that the ">'s" tell you the next number before you go on to the site and find another one there. (24.19.1)

Background Text

When the images in the background of the site are re-arranged (just click and drag), a login box appears.

Text containing the phrases "prisoner to", "last/best (?) punishment", and "against the" is on the back of the site.

SecureBItext.jpg

Bible References

Sbi2.jpg

See Year Zero Bible References

Hidden Numbers

24.19.1 - From the Auto-Reply email from francisco. Count the ">" symbols
24.19.2 - From the "pilgrims" background

Darren Kroupa

Darren Kroupa is referred on the source of http://www.securebroadcastinformatics.com .

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