Don't know what operating system. Just know that if you take one of their computers from base and plug it up to the internet you will get traced
immediately. Also, all data is encrypted, you couldn't have access to any of the data.
Could you please post the pictures and the article? I would love to read about it.
As for IT, I can imagine the system is on a closed circuit -- independent of anything outside. Access to the outside is probably monitored or
controlled by some sophisticated firewall with fuzzy logic programming. Then again if its Linux, its probably a well secured firewall.
The claim is software firewalls are not secure. Reality? Who knows. It doesn't hurt to turn the software firewall on of course, but the firewall is
better as firmware in the router. Incidentally, there was a news release that the DoD is concerned about back doors in Cisco routers made in China. I
was maybe two weeks ago. They released the news on Friday evening, so it was poorly covered.
Regarding the GHOST squadron, you should be able to google their patch since it was in Trevor Paglen's book. Regarding the chopper I have
from front gate
Ya, I read that ATS forum post and article about the millions of dollars in counterfeit Cisco network equipment used by the military. Knowing how
China deals behind the scene, I'd opt to replace each equipment.
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