I am looking for anything that would remove the NSA key(s) that are described in this (rather old but interesting) post
The original article(s) no longer provide the 'ReplaceNSAKey.zip' and the source, http://www.cryptonym.com/ simply says on their website,
"Yes, this is the website of Cryptonym Corporation (of the "NSA Key" fame).
I hope to, sometime in the near future, put a brief explanation the whole story online, so stay tuned..."
It's been up that way for a long, long time. Can't seem to find it anywhere, a lot of 404s. Here we are in 2013... there was an article in 2007 that actually identified that the Cryptonym website appeared only as "Yes, this is the website of Cryptonym Corporation (of the "NSA Key" fame) so nothing has changed there forever. Here is that article: http://linux.derkeil...1/msg01922.html
That is it... oh, one more thing, any tools that would help in identifying backdoors that could be installed as a result of these key(s) (or other backdoors that could be installed remotely and would not likely be detected through standard market antivirus or malware software or similar software with heuristics) would be of help.
Best ways to identify and remove any such backdoors?
Does Process Monitor http://technet.micro...s/bb896645.aspx help?
And of course if you are aware of similar NSA Keys style compromise in Macs, and / or in Android / other mobile systems etc, I would be interested to hear of it.
As a side note, I am not opposed to people doing their jobs, but I think that privacy is for everyone and our rights need to be respected.
Thanks in advance