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the Pentagon spent they have ordered that. That all personnel inside the building as well as connected to the network stop using US -- Drives thumb drives last guys any set a hard drives and attached to the USB port
But they believe that this is an attack that came from a foreign country which country at this point is still classified information
There was there was another cyber attack on Tuesday email accounts and the Department of Defense. And that was largely seen as coming from China but again at this time Nobody telling us which which country is thought to be behind this cyber attack on the Pentagon and stunning because you know that they got a lot of security measures in place to prevent this kind
Originally posted by PokeyJoe
Does anyone have any knowledge of any of our secret networks ever getting hacked? I am just curious, as I doubt that it could ever really happen without some inside help.....if it has happened, I have never heard of it in my 6 plus years working with them on a daily basis.
Originally posted by PokeyJoe
N Korea can make an atomic bomb....what makes you think that they cannot bring down a website?? I mean, I know we may not think they have gotten out of the stone age, but I think that we should show our enemy a little more respect than that.
Roy F. Grieder is a 58 year old retired airline captain and part time land developer and economic analyst.
So, where are we headed?. I suppose the Fed and the Treasury could just continue to print more money. Right up to the point it becomes worthless. The Weimar Republic of 1930’s Germany tried this. In the end the “money” was used to start a fire in a stove or was used as toilet paper. D..C. is too smart for this, right? Is there another way out of this mess?.
During my research I floated the following question to 10 people of various economic means. “If you were told you had no more debt but got to keep what you had, but also you had nothing in your bank or 401K or stocks or IRA, just start anew” 9 out of 10 replied “That works for me”. Astounding, but very telling. How these people responded, along with my research, and what is unfolding (actually unraveling) leads me to the following.
We are going to wake up one morning and Matt Lauer will inform us of the following. “I’ve got good news and bad news for you, America. The good news, for most of you, is that there is no more debt. No government debt, personal debt or corporate debt. You get to keep what you have, your house, your cars, your flat screen TVs. You owe nothing. The bad news, for some of you, is that there are no assets. Your bank accounts are empty, all stock is worthless, and there is nothing in your 401K or IRA.”
None of our “leaders” in D.C. will want to take the blame for this, and will need an excuse for this. Most people will understand and even forgive how this happened when Matt goes on to say:
“What I have told you is the direct result of a computer virus that has infected the worldwide financial complex that completely melted the balance sheets so that no one knows who owes what to whom anymore. This is why we have to start over. Just think of it as hitting the reset button. Details on the new government monetary system will come out shortly.” Problem solved, all absolved.
When the firestorm arrives, you will be glad you live in New Hampshire. At least here we may have a chance. During the dark days of the 1930’s peoples faith and morality held society together. Not so today sadly. Talk with your family, friends and neighbors. Come up with a plan. Things are about to become ugly. Very Ugly.
By Roy F. Grieder
Originally posted by mkross1983
Originally posted by tristar
Do you think were lying to the public..?
Yes...are you new to that idea? No offense.
Originally posted by ShadeWolf
reply to post by SassyCat
Agreed. A single person with a mass-request dispatcher could down any site they want.
Another possibility is a botnet, which uses a large group of infected computers to overload a site. A popular tool for this is the Vundo virus. That's what took down 4chan earlier this year.