Echelon's Trigger Words Generator
Global Jam Echelon Day
We Want You !


Click on the button in order to generate a randomized text
made of the 'trigger words' supposed to activate Echelon.


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The well-known 'trigger words', or 'spookwords', list of terms
supposed to activate Echelon's dictionary, was a (good) joke.
Although there are 1.700 references, they are quite always
listed the same way, i.e. easily identifiable as a fake
when electronically sent, or archived on the internet.

For instance, Simon Davies, director of Privacy International, warns that the list of 1,700 suspicious "trigger words" will not outsmart the global surveillance system : "The Echelon system works on a very sophisticated system of word relationships, rather than strictly on keywords. Powerful artificial intelligence software is used to judge the relationship between words, and analyse strings of words." Davies advises protestors to send a whole series of original keyword transmissions through email, rather than relying on someone else's template. (in ZDNet)

Voir, en français : "Les grandes oreilles parasitées ? Halte aux fantasmes..." (ZDNet)
et : DÉSINFORMATION - "Cybermanif contre les grandes oreilles" (hoaxbuster).

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Echelon's Trigger Words Generator

Using encryption is the best way to bypass Echelon, although more and more
governments try to control its use. Feel free to learn how to use it, it's
much easy than it's said to be, and quite exciting, too : security.tao.ca.

Alternatively, randomized texts will make the jamming purpose
(a little bit) better, and the Echelon related letter funnier.
We've built this generator upon terms which are almost exclusively
used by the stratégic (counter)intelligence and military communities.

If the Cut'n Paste randomized text doesn't suit you,
feel free to do it by yourself by changing the terms
you want to associate on the following screens :
(Only those who click on 'just say know' can modify the text
Click here for a full disclosure of dictionaries and ressources)

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Classification source : confidentiel-defense & next

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Big Brothers source : fas.org & next

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Secret Services source : fas.org & next

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Frenchelon stations source : ZDNET & next

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Bad dreams source : FBI 4 Kids & next

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Military abbreviations source : confidentiel-defense & next

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Security & privacy source : security.tao.ca & next

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Terrorists groups source : state.gov & next

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Military Intelligence source : loyola.edu & next

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Corporate predators source : transnationale.org & next

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Links to like-minded sites : gatt.org & next

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Strategic Intelligence source : loyola.edu & next

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Spook words source : c4i.org & next

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Various intelligence contact sources : (see ressources) & next

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FOIA Contacts source : USDOJ.gov & next

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Acknowledgments

Provided by Bb) (http://www.bugbrother.com),
via l'Insultron & the 1st 'spook words' list.
Sorry for me bad english, correct me if you please.

Feel free to check & cut'n paste the source code,
compose your own combinations of 'trigger words'
pass them to all your spam lists and relatives.

Those who'd like to create their own texts fuelled of
original 'trigger words' can refer to those dictionaries :
Intelligence Programs and Systems (http://www.fas.org/irp/program/list.htm)
Sensors Directorate Acronyms Listing (http://www.fas.org/news/reference/acronym.htm)
UK - USA Classification Equivalency Table (http://badge.lanl.gov/uk-usa_classification.shtml)
Intelligence Acronym List and Dictionary (http://www.tacintel.com/wim/documents/acronym/acronym.htm)
DOD Joint Acronyms and Abbreviations (http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/jel/doddict/acronym_index.html)
DOD Military and Associated Terms (http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/jel/doddict/index.html)
DOD NATO Only Terms (http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/jel/doddict/natoterm_index.html)

Ressources :

Tableau des équivalences de classification (http://www.confidentiel-defense.com/pratique/classifi.htm)
World Intelligence and Security Agencies (http://www.fas.org/irp/world/index.html)
Frenchelon - France has nothing to envy in Echelon (http://news.zdnet.co.uk/story/printer/0,,s2079875,00.html)
FBI - Kids Pages : "So, you've been thinking about working for the FBI?" (http://www.fbi.gov/kids/k5th/kidsk5th.htm)
Lexique international des abréviations (http://www.confidentiel-defense.com/pratique/abrevia.htm)
Computer & Internet Security, Privacy, Anonymity and more... (http://security.tao.ca/)
Designated Foreign Terrorist Organizations (http://www.state.gov/s/ct/rls/pgtrpt/2000/index.cfm?docid=2450)
US Military Intelligence (http://www.loyola.edu/dept/politics/milintel.html)
Links to like-minded sites : http://www.gatt.org/links.html
transnationale.org, non for profit non-business organisation (http://www.transnationale.org/anglais/default.htm)
Strategic Intelligence (http://www.loyola.edu/dept/politics/intel.html)
Principal FOIA Contacts at Federal Agencies (http://www.usdoj.gov/04foia/foiacontacts.htm)
Other contacts : http://svr.gov.ru/, http://www.fsb.ru/contact/contact.html, http://www.nic.in/ceib/, http://www.smip.sv.gov.yu/, http://www.mit.gov.tr/main.html, http://www.oecd.org/fatf/ContactFATF_en.htm, http://www.interpol.int/Public/contact.asp, http://www.igis.gov.au/fs_contact.html, http://www.cse-cst.gc.ca/cse/Symposium01/english/contact.html, http://www.gcsb.govt.nz/, http://www.gchq.gov.uk/vacancies/index.html, http://www.dia.mil/feedback.html, http://www.state.gov/www/services_infoservices.html, http://www.nipc.gov/contact.htm, http://www.whitehouse.gov/contact/, http://www.ita.doc.gov/td/advocacy/advcont.htm, http://nsa1.www.conxion.com/emailexec/index.html, http://www.house.gov/international_relations/contact.htm.

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