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Originally posted by Tom Bedlam
Up from there is SIPRNET. SIPRNET has its own browser called Intelink. Intelink comes in various 'strengths' depending on what you're allowed access to. Intelink-S is primarily what you use on SIPRNET. SIPRNET is secret and sometimes TS which is not SCI
The SIPRNet (Secret [formerly Secure] Internet Protocol Router Network) is a system of interconnected computer networks used by the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Department of State to transmit classified information (up to and including information classified SECRET) by packet switching over the TCP/IP protocols in a "completely secure" environment. It also provides services such as hypertext documents and electronic mail. In other words, the SIPRNet is the DoD’s classified version of the civilian Internet together with its counterpart, the Top Secret and SCI Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System, JWICS.
Except for existing within a secure environment, the SIPRNet is virtually indistinguishable from the Internet to the user. Its chief visible difference is the domain name system, with almost all sites being under '.smil.mil' or '.sgov.gov' . Among its many features, computers cleared for SIPRNet access connect to the network via secure dial-up or LAN connections, access web pages written in standard HTML using a standard web browser, can upload and download files via FTP connections, and can send or receive email messages through SMTP services using email programs such as Microsoft Outlook. All data transmitted on SIPRNet between secure facilities must be encrypted by approved NSA encryption systems. While the public Internet can be used to transmit encrypted SIPRNet packets ("SIPR over NIPR"), no access is permitted between the two networks.
SIPRNet and NIPRnet are referred to colloquially as SIPR (pronounced 'sipper') and NIPR (pronounced 'nipper'), respectively.
SIPRNet hosts a forum called CAVNET which is used in Iraq to share Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures data.
The network supports a variety of Defense Department networks and systems, such as:
The Global Command and Control System, GCCS
The Defense Message System, DMS
The Defense Research and Engineering Network, DREN
The Global Information Grid, GIG
Net-Centric Enterprise Services, NCES
Navy-Marine Corps Intranet,
OCONUS Navy Enterprise Network, ONE-Net
Theater Battle Management Core Systems, TBMCS
and many other classified warfighter applications.
SIPRNet supersedes the earlier DSNET 1, the SECRET level of the Defense Data Network based on ARPANET technology.
Originally posted by leaderoftheresitance1
so what are we be shielded from? donst matter anyway alot of us are phycic and can peer into your protected networks and can punch trough all of the red tape and disinformation in the media "diversion tactics" esecially with the help of phycic boosters like special k "ketamine hydrocloride and xtc is that not why you are now storming rave parts with the military and special intelligence agents??? i actually seen you guys abduct friends of mine and i have never seen or heard from them again
Originally posted by sky1
I know the ramifications.
It upsets me greatly that just because someone stated they would like to find an insider, you not only jumped up to state that you were an insider but that you also offered information that no one, in your claimed position, should have offered.
[edit on 28-1-2007 by sky1]
Originally posted by uplander
I would like some kind of proof to these statements, thanks. special k and e being psychic boosters? oh my , perhaps psychotic boosters instead.
Also, names of your friends who have been taken by the government please. Thank you.
In 2003, for the first time in its history, NSA approved two published algorithms, Skipjack and AES for Type 1 use in NSA approved systems.
Originally posted by Pyros
While I am fairly sure there is no "2nd internet", (that is, a physically-separate network purposely designed to be used only by the government)..........I do know that the government is working hard on something call the Global Information Grid, or "GIG":
Wikipedia entry for "Global Information Grid"
Perhaps that is what some of you folks are thinking about?
"Diving into deep thoughts with a shallow mind causes headaches". XBO - that's some good stuff, brother.