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Originally posted by mrjenka
...and i'm the Queen of England. Show us an ID card and your access card (with your picture, name and id card blanked out, of course), and tell us where most of your work is centered and what you do at the DIA.
Originally posted by infinite
I agree, they should hire him. Use his knowledge to train others in these secrets and use these abilities to gather intelligence on everyone. I certainly hope they find his skills useful in not only building up internal security, but also in penetrating others.
Originally posted by krif
the list of systems he've hacked into
copy-paste the ips to get rid off blockouts. (not my finding! this is very old)
Originally posted by Briggs
Point is , i seen a show a few yrs back that dealt with this subject .
and like i said in my last post - the military does not keep top secret material on computers that can be tapped into by any outside lines .
and especially not by hackers . - get real -.
end of story .
Originally posted by txdan06
Reasons why his story is worthless:
1.) he probably wouldnt have the money or time to hack the encryption on the government computers.
2.) the computers probably arent wired to the internet if they had INCREDIBLY sensitive information like that.
3.) you can't just "search" with keywords trough a government TOP SECRET computer, why the hell would they put in that function if the person who is accessing the computer for information probably knows exactly where to go to access the information.
4.) If it was that secret of information (UFO's and antigravity) then why would the government even allow his testimony about the topic or his hacking activities? If it was true they would never give him time in court or any press, they would immediately send him to quantanimo or some other secret location.
5.) and lastly two articles or a loose collection of fact-lacking new reports does not constitute a "real" story.
Originally posted by vinrock
#1 - You're assuming that all data on those 'government computers' is encrypted and hardly inaccesible.
#2 - This internet was born out of ARPANET which was a development of the DoD. It's public knowledge that the military runs it's own grlobal networks such as the defunt MILNET. However, simply accessing a machine which is present on both networks, military and Internet, would present a possible route to the 'other side' with which you could exploit.
#3 - You've got an idea that you can't 'search with keywords trough a government TOP SECRET computer'... but i've got a feeling you're assuming things again.
Originally posted by Low Orbit
No, TexasDan, pardon you for being ignorant. This story is making front page coverage of the BBC. google this hackers name and the BBC.
The BBC is well known and respected from both sides of the isle, take note!
Originally posted by Chicken on a Stick
What's up Pyros! I see there is a fellow Cryptographer in the house!! LoL. I like it when subjects like this come up, because this is my slice of the pie. I am a Cryptographic/Computer System Controller in the Air Force. (3C2X1), working on SIPRNET (secret), and SCINET (top secret).
*trimmed due to length*