Agents of Zero Day,
What’s up? For the past year and change we’ve been working more or less independently, with the exception of a few joint projects. We can do more, but for that we’ll need resources.
By now, most of you should be familiar with Samsara Digital. They’re willing to do work for anyone who pays enough, no matter how unethical the work or who gets hurt in the process. They make surveillance software for dictatorships, high-frequency trading algorithms to help the rich get richer, and even employ mercenaries to protect their clients’ assets against “undesirables.”
But their most recent initiative, the Cyber Liberation Digital Liability Policy, gives us an opportunity to fund our operations while undermining theirs. It’s an insurance policy against hackers, designed to insulate big corporations against the little people. I’m putting the finishing touches on a framework that will let us defraud this system.
Here’s the deal: you’d all make secure clusters and my framework will enroll them in CLDLP. Based on the complexity of your cluster, you invest a certain amount of scryp in it. Meanwhile, everyone will hack into everyone else’s clusters. The intruders collect some of the stored scryp, and the system owners collect on the insurance. Rinse and repeat. I’ll skim a tiny percentage off the top to fund servers and future Zero Day operations.
Even if Samsara finds out about the scheme, my anonymization and obfuscation is good enough that the best they can do is shut the whole system down.
So what do y’all think? Are you ready to roll out this project?