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posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 12:34 AM
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Originally posted by xstealth
He did not speak in Vegas tonight, he canceled the speech.

No one knows his location.

I hope he's on a remote island somewhere for his own safety.

or he will be in a country that does not cowtow to the american government and will protect him




posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 12:34 AM
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Subscribed! I wonder what will be released?



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 12:37 AM
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Originally posted by OrphenFire
That whole "media is going to the internet" thing is very true. Guess what: TV is slowly becoming obsolete. I don't even have TV in my house anymore. I have internet. I get my news from the internet; I get my weather from the internet; I have NetFlix on my Nintendo Wii, so I watch whatever I want, whenever I want, on demand, through the internet. I do not need TV. Within the next decade or maybe a decade & a half, the internet is going to change even more. I think television will be the VCR's of the 2030's.
Which is why Obama wants to control the internet!



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 01:06 AM
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random ip generator, satellite uplinks... LOL ur watching wayyy too much hackers movies dude... there's no such thing as random IP generator...

the way it works is you have a list of proxies... preferably public/encrypted proxy (you want to blend into the crowd...) you create multiple proxy chains and you hop the last proxy in the chain constantly every 30-60 seconds... so the end IP is always different...

The best strategy is to use proxies from countries that aren't on very good terms with the country you want to evade... because the worst the condition with the country is the longer it takes for them to be cooperative to comply when them if they say someone from their country hacked them... HENCE you buy yourself some times for the logs to be cleared... usually 30-60 days is enough and you are a ghost by then...

As example... if i would want to attack some important machine in the US i'd go through russia... or a country that are on bad terms with the US...

Satellite uplinks??? forget about that... You'd be easier to track with this then a fart in an elevator... How do you cross a country's border with satelite equipment and not look suspicious or flagged as a possible spy or else...

Its the nail that sticks out that gets hammered
I wouldn't even cross the border with linux installed on an laptop thats screaming to be caught...

His best course of action is to keep multiple copies on multiple FTP's around the world and hide as much USB sticks here and there has possible....

THEN I would subscribe to one of those page that sends messages to your loved ones after your dead/missing, and register every single fking journalist/media/people that I could to my account with IP username/password of FTPs and location of the USB flash drives containing VERY explosive material... so if # happens to me... they would be toasted...

EDIT: fixed typos (damn small scale keyboard...)

[edit on 12-6-2010 by _R4t_]



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 01:06 AM
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PressTV (Iran): Pentagon tracking Wikileaks founder
Fri, 11 Jun 2010 22:37:27 GMT

Pentagon investigators are trying to discover the whereabouts of Wikileaks website founder Julian Assange for fear that he be may be on the verge of publishing classified US State Department cables.

The cables reportedly contain information related to US diplomatic and intelligence efforts in the war zones in Afghanistan and Iraq, according to a US diplomat.

In June 2010, Wikileaks published a series of leaked classified materials by an US Army intelligence officer, who downloaded sensitive diplomatic cables while he had special access to cables prepared by diplomats and State Department officials throughout the Middle East.

Earlier, Specialist Bradley Manning who is now under arrest in Kuwait, provided Wikileaks an explosive video of a US helicopter attack in Baghdad in 2007 that left 12 people dead, including two employees of the news agency Reuters. The website released the video in April.

Pentagon investigators say that they are convinced that Assange is in possession of at least some of those classified State Department cables leaked by Manning and that publishing the cables could threaten national security.

However, Pentagon officials acknowledged that even if they found Assange, it is not clear what they could do to block publication of the cables on Wikileaks, which is nominally based on a server in Sweden.

The Australian-born Assange appears to be hiding out.

He recently canceled a scheduled appearance in Las Vegas at an International Reporters and Editors conference.

Daniel Ellsberg told the website The Daily Beast that Assange is in danger and should stay out of the United States.

Assange reportedly doesn't have a permanent address and moves about from place to place, although he's apparently been Tweeting publicly in a kind of cat-and-mouse game with US authorities.

SG/HGL
PressTV (Iran): Pentagon tracking Wikileaks founder



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 01:15 AM
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Keep your eyes open, if assange just went off of the grid and cancelled an appearance in Las Vegas, he may be getting ready to release info pretty quick.



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 01:27 AM
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maybe this is how he gets around..

lol



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 01:30 AM
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Nah, did you watch the videos I posted at the end of the last page - he uses trains alot (just saw a space for a plug, I hate being toward the end of a page).

Cool pic though.



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 01:33 AM
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What I want to know is what the hell is he waiting for? If he has the stuff and is going to publish it then why wait and risk getting caught before hand and not getting it published? Me thinks maybe he doesn't have it or it would have been published by now?



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 01:34 AM
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Originally posted by ghostsoldier
reply to post by Ahmose
 


Nah, did you watch the videos I posted at the end of the last page - he uses trains alot (just saw a space for a plug, I hate being toward the end of a page).

Cool pic though.


lol, yeah, just my attempt to throw a lil 'humor' in. lol
and just finally learning more about GIMP, so testing it. lol
thanks.



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 01:53 AM
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Come on People, you are all being selfish, these leaks could endanger many American lifes. By nature I know we Americans are very curious creatures and we would love to know the "truth" that lies behind these documents, but is our greed for curiosity worth risking the lifes of our fellow country men. Honestly I believe the creator(s) of this site are endangering our country and our country men overseas and should be held as tyrants against this great country.



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 01:59 AM
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If any of these secrets could endanger citizens - then the physical reality of the secret should never have been manifested in the first place. Catch my meaning.

If its so dangerous and embarrassing to have public - maybe they shouldn't of done it in the first place.

This understanding extends to all things.

My mum always told me "There's nothing so bad, that you cant talk about it"

Doesn't mean its not bad, and changes need enacting, but it should be in the open.

Give me one (hypothetical or real) example of a secret that should be kept?



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 02:01 AM
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Originally posted by hawkiye
What I want to know is what the hell is he waiting for? If he has the stuff and is going to publish it then why wait and risk getting caught before hand and not getting it published? Me thinks maybe he doesn't have it or it would have been published by now?


Maybe he's gonna try to blackmail those who'd wind up with egg on their faces to clean up their act, or else release the material?

/*shrug*



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 02:03 AM
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I seriously doubt that the information would directly endanger our troops.
If it was thats why we have helicopters.
I think the information in question may be more embarrassing than anything.



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 02:43 AM
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the US must have some real good hackers working for them ... maybe them can get to their servers ...

I mean, I dont know the security, but, if they do some illegal operation, it shouldnt be that difficult ...


any one have info on how they protect their info?

[edit on 12-6-2010 by Faiol]



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 02:48 AM
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Besides all the high tech usual stuff, I'm guessing multiple off-the-grid / unconnected hard-drives (a USB stick would do the trick).


[edit on 12/6/10 by ghostsoldier]



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 02:54 AM
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I dunno. I'm kinda on the fence about this one. On the one hand, State shouldn't have much info damaging to the troops. Large scale movements are about it (hey, can we put some troops in your country? or Hey, we're GONNA put troops in that country over there - can we move then through yours to get 'em there?). To be honest, I've never known State to give a rats ass about the welfare of the troops, either government OR contract troops. If it were based solely on that, I'd say let 'em rip, and State has it coming to them.

On the other hand, there are certain CIA assets attached sometimes to embassies. THOSE could be compromised and endangered, as well as the US intel effort, if their comms were intercepted. They're not all bad folks. Several years ago, just such an asset assisted a fine young man of my acquaintance in evacuating a country when he had up and gotten himself 'undocumented' there, passing through from another country where he had become less than welcome. State left him for dead, but the CIA guy got him out when he really didn't need to, and had no dog in that fight. Made the contacts, got the docs, and set the transport. One stop shopping.

I'd hate to see folks like that offered up for sacrifice.

Back on the other hand, I realize that something like 4000 documents are classified at one level or another EVERY DAY by the US govt, most as a matter of course, rather than as a matter of need. I don't much care for that kind of secrecy. It's unwarranted, covers a multitude of sins, and all on our dime.

But still, back on the OTHER hand again, It would gripe my ass to no end to see a worthwhile CIA guy like the one mentioned above thrown under the bus because of an unsupervised megaleak.

Yeah, I'm on the fence, but i have to say that on balance, if ONE worthwhile life is endangered by random, unsupervised spewing, then it ain't worth it, at all.

If they have to do it, I sure as hell hope it ain't indiscriminate. And if they DO, then I would think the model used by anonymous in releasing the global warming e-mails would be the way to go.

I'm gonna go drink now, and watch to see how this turns out, blurry vision and all.



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 02:57 AM
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Originally posted by greyman_10
Come on People, you are all being selfish, these leaks could endanger many American lifes. By nature I know we Americans are very curious creatures and we would love to know the "truth" that lies behind these documents, but is our greed for curiosity worth risking the lifes of our fellow country men. Honestly I believe the creator(s) of this site are endangering our country and our country men overseas and should be held as tyrants against this great country.
once again i'll say

we don't know WHAT is in the cables.

By using vague terms like "threatening national security" the government is doing a spin job.

if the truth endangers us, SO BE IT. If there are more incidents such as the copter slaughter well then our leaders need to answer for it



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 03:14 AM
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So be it if it endangers us. What dangers could YOU possibly be in. Im worried about the troops who defend our rights and freedoms.



posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 03:24 AM
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People support Green Peace the Red Cross and a million other causes .... lets support this guy he is the number one man who can deliver the truth and provide a medium for other people to deliver their information. THIS GUY IS OUR MAN WE SHOULD SUPPORT HIM.

I'm pledging $500USD via a face book support group for Mr Julian Assange

"Julian Assange Support & Pledge" Face Book Group (search It)

I ask that ATS Management or other third party entity be the mediator for deliver of funds to assist Mr Assange. I don't want to be in charge of funds because I don't want to be labeled a scammer ... so lets nominate a credible entity to handle the donations on our behalf and in the men time make a pledge on the face book group page.

Call me crazy I don't really care but if anyone can blow the lid on the injustices done by our governments THEN MY MONEY IS ON HIM.

No pledge is to large or small .... when we can get Mr Assange to contact ATS or another nominated entity then we can paypal or transfer our donations to help keep this guy on the move and doing the work he is doing.

[edit on 12-6-2010 by jpvskyfreak]




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