It would seem that PRISM is not the most feared spy program of the U.S. security agency NSA. According to new information by using X-Keyscore project, analysts can find everything on the Internet is only a person with an email address, write those at TechCrunch.
X-Keyscore can extract any information from websites visited, chat conversations on various sites and even emails sent. The system requires an email address as many of the things that people do online are completely anonymous and only using an identifier – a user name and domain Web – can be done searching databases containing Internet traffic and the metadata.
“I, sitting in the office, I could watch anyone of you, your accountant, to a judge, even the president, as long had an email address,” said Edward Snowden, former CIA employee who disclosed the program PRISM espionage in June. The X-Keyscore allows exactly this and is available for NSA analysts. They can access without a warrant and, according to a training manual, printed in 2010, they must enter email to an individual. Then X-Keyscore begins scanning online traffic analysts can even search through comments on social networks. The good news is that data is not stored permanently remain, as the information gathered is too high. NSA claims that this system is directed to persons outside the United States, but most often, American citizens are caught in data collection.