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Untold Information On Internet Search Engines

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posted on Mar, 13 2009 @ 07:27 AM
I really don't recommend downloading anything that may be classified. Tons of them sites have a trip wire that when you load up a pdf they will know about it When you begin to load it up, it trips a security features that sends to there network Admin that pretty much says "hey someone has accessed an Al-Qeda article, Ip address #######.)

I recommend not doing this. Or at least don't go to any article that is Terrorist related..

Good Find though.

posted on Mar, 13 2009 @ 07:45 AM

Originally posted by EarthCitizen07
reply to post by Nventual

Anything highely classified should not be on the internet and if people accidently stumble upon such documents by doing an internet search then technically it's the governments fault for not being careful.

Yes in all likelyhood they do set traps to trace people and foreign intelligence agencies but that is a different story. If I found a jewel somewhere I would download it to a text file or save the webpage to my computer instead of constantly "hacking" the same website and risk getting caught.

[edit on 12-3-2009 by EarthCitizen07]

YOU ARE WRONG!!!!! It is ILLEGAL to have classified material in your possession if you do not possess the required clearance AND a need to know. DO NOT MAKE STATEMENTS THAT COULD CAUSE OTHERS TO BE ARRESTED!!!!!!!!

posted on Mar, 13 2009 @ 07:58 AM

Originally posted by BornPatriot
holy crap look what this guy dug up ... I changed unclassified to Top Secret in quotes and well holy crap check this out...

Hate to break it to you, but you didn't find anything here but a simple SOP for classifications and stuff like that. Now, it is FOUO(for official use only) or I would imagine it being classified as such, but it's not in any way sensitive material.

Honestly, leaks do happen. I'm sure that's common knowledge. It's because of stupid users and people not paying enough attention. I've seen stupid things like this happen. It's possibly one of the WORST things to happen on a network. It makes peoples lives hell because it then involves a long investigation and a bunch of higher echalon paperwork. I don't doubt that you can find something that's classified, but often times it won't be anything that's going to give you information about some top secret project or anything like that. I can tell you that the Navy Marine Corps Internet network is making a huge push to ensure nothing like that happens.

I hope some of this is good information to someone, so you don't get yourself in to more trouble than I'm sure any of you need. And if you're wondering, yes, my job includes working the networks.

[edit on 09313 by Echo3Foxtrot]

posted on Mar, 13 2009 @ 08:18 AM
reply to post by wiredamerican

Think about this for a second.

Child pornography is illegal and rightly so.

My point. It is still on the internet and if viewed you got yourself in hot water with the law. Yet it is never removed from the internet.

There is bait deliberately left all over the internet just waiting for you to click your mouse.

It does not matter if you personally think it shouldnt be on the net or you were not aware of what you stumbled upon. It is there and it is illegal if you find it regardless. What would you say if you are arrested and they ask what were you looking for?
"Sorry I typed in Classified document into google and it gave me it, I didnt think it would be on the net officer, it shouldnt be!"

Like a mouse to cheese. Be careful.

[edit on 13-3-2009 by XXXN3O]

posted on Mar, 13 2009 @ 08:36 AM
I use Ixquick, which does not store your ip address. I will put a link here. Screw google anf their censorship. This search engine works great, I have not missed google at all. I heard about this search engine from Katherine Albrecht.

Here is her website, "spychips" - She stays very current on our fight for privacy. She is a great consumer "watchdog"

posted on Mar, 13 2009 @ 09:00 AM
reply to post by wiredamerican

Thanks for posting this thread. I have been browsing through some 'unclassified/LES' documents for a while, and I have found some pretty interesting stuff.


posted on Mar, 13 2009 @ 09:57 AM
reply to post by wiredamerican

Downloading sensitive information, even for the purpose of research or reference or whatever can land you a spell in jail. Perfect example is the Jolly Rodger Cookbook. Widely available but download at your own risk. I've been searching online for a very recent article about a young guy here in the UK who was caught in possession of similar literary materials and faces time. He wasn't a member of any radical group ie religious, political etc. I'm very sure he was white (not to say all terrorists are white) and only about 18/19. The jist if the case was he was only doing a laddish thing and got caught. Clearly not a terrorist. ** There are loads of cases where anti-terror laws are enforced against everyday citizens. There was a case here in Scotland a few years back where a 9yr old girl was held under anti-terror laws for throwing away a sweetie wrapper or crisp bag I think it was.

Besides, Google aren't bothered. They're part of it all.

I stopped using google a loooooong time ago.

**This is important to note. Terminology is all important. By the time our pre-10 yr olds reach their young adult lives, the word terrorist will mean something totally different to what it meant to us. For me it was IRA terrorists, UDA terrorists, Libyan/Syrian terrorists etc. you know? Political causes, causes against interventionism, religious agenda's and what-have-you. That's what was on the news regarding them when I was a kid.

posted on Mar, 13 2009 @ 11:57 AM
Sorry to rain on the naysayer's parades but if it's taxpayer funded, it's not legally 'classified' under a REAL court of law.

If you want secret projects and to keep them secret, pull the funds out of your own pocket, not mine.

posted on Mar, 13 2009 @ 01:12 PM
This is my first post on this site. I have been reading these daily. I worry about the privacy of my IP address and hesitated to join. I found it interesting after typing in the phrase and adding the words RFID and 2009 to the phrase that there is more available info out there. Thanks for the tip. I have many other topics to discuss like G20, however I think they belong on the other forum, if I'm correct.

posted on Mar, 13 2009 @ 01:13 PM

posted on Mar, 13 2009 @ 01:30 PM
"I am mortified to be told that, in the United States of America, the sale of a book can become a subject of inquiry, and of criminal inquiry too."
-Thomas Jefferson

posted on Mar, 13 2009 @ 02:16 PM
reply to post by SkyNet

Very interesting read indeed , but I think this is fabricated. Not that I don't believe that this could be the real deal , but somehow I think that a document of this magnitude would not be left "unprotected" on the net .

Which saddens me a bit cause this would actually be some good news for a change (even if they did that in secret and lied to the public for cover stories , it would still be a positive ting from what I understand)

posted on Mar, 13 2009 @ 04:33 PM
There is a great little open source tool (Windows, Mac and Linux) that makes it easy to form these kinds of advanced searches.

Google Hacks

Have fun

posted on Mar, 13 2009 @ 08:11 PM
reply to post by daeoeste

Looks good...
But why does it only give a handful of results instead of thousands?

I typed in "above top secret" and it says
"42 unique top-ten pages selected from at least 121,999,004 matching results"

Am I missing something? How do I get to the rest of the results?

posted on Mar, 13 2009 @ 10:03 PM
Wait until more individuals begin to investigate and explore the "Deep Web". Google barely scrapes the surface of this uncharted internet realm, unless you are creative with your word play and you look for surface links.

posted on Mar, 13 2009 @ 10:24 PM
I know there is no way to get this to the first page of replies... dunno if someone even posted this before me, but I felt it important to share.

USE A PROXY to keep from being seen!!!

Just trying to be helpful and keep people outta trouble.

posted on Mar, 14 2009 @ 09:01 AM

Originally posted by daeoeste
I use Ixquick, which does not store your ip address. I will put a link here. Screw google anf their censorship. This search engine works great, I have not missed google at all. I heard about this search engine from Katherine Albrecht.

Here is her website, "spychips" - She stays very current on our fight for privacy. She is a great consumer "watchdog"

I've heard Katherine Albrecht on the radio program, Politics and Religion. I can't believe what I've heard about these chips. I'm glad you shared her info with us. Thanks! She is a smart lady.

posted on Mar, 14 2009 @ 09:24 AM
So you hide your ip, but what about the mac address on the modem or the network
card. When you buy a pc they have your mac address. I think. So they can
track you.
I was thinking the most anonymous way is to buy laptop without any documents
then go near some supermarket or some other building that has free wi fi.
Then connect and hide your ip, mac address. And dont stay more than 20-30 min.

[edit on 14-3-2009 by defiler]

posted on Mar, 14 2009 @ 09:45 AM
i'm almost scared to look at them...or even let them fully download....per big brother

posted on Mar, 14 2009 @ 09:48 AM
Well. i read that and... i do not know what to say
i read itin the html format, but i saw no signatures, no offices
no idea where the document come from, it can even be
one story for a RPG (i was a RP gamer long time ago) and
it is nice for a RPG, a real information.... i think it does not.

Anyway, it somene comes knocking at my door, you will be informed

have a nice weekend!!

reply to post by SkyNet

[edit on 14-3-2009 by saaxilk]

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