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Originally posted by qualitygossip
If you had the [inaudible 1:00:25] archives in your pocket, that is a very heavy pocket indeed, and so we take precautions to make sure that sort of material is not going to disappear from history, regardless of the sort of threats to this organisation.
The data came to us as a huge excel file – over 92,201 rows of data, some with nothing in at all or were the result of poor formatting. Anything over 60,000 rows or so brings excel down in dramatic fashion – saving takes a painfully long period of time (tip number one – turn automatic saving off in preferences…). It doesn't help reporters trying to trawl through the data for stories and it's too big to run meaningful reports on
Originally posted by JBA2848
So is this one big encrypted excel file?
I guess SIPRNET runs a excel stream and its aes 256 encrypted through the router. Then decrypted at the other end with a router.
Above links are about SIPRNET and the use of PKI. PKI uses certificats to authenticate. PKI has been hacked by going through Google. Using google translate and other similar websites gives the certificates to google not the person using the google website.
Example go to google images look up iase.disa.mil follow any of those links that goes to iase.disa.mil and certificates will be given out due to not having certificate for website. But if you go directly to iase.disa.mil it reads the certificates from your computer.
But anything accessed through PKI system would not be top secret. They would have to have a posix system to gain access to anything highly classifiied. So you would need that suit case from the top link.
Bradley Manning was using SIPRNET when he stole the information that he gave to Wikileaks.
So what did he steal and give to Wikileaks? Could it be he stole software from his laptop. And then gave out the password So that Assange could have acccess to SIPRNET.
Originally posted by JBA2848
reply to post by misinformational
Thats why I think he gave up software and not information from a file. If he gave up the software Assange could use it to get into SIPRNET feed. But when it comes to the diplomatic feeds Assange got it has to be another person. But does that diplomatic feed use the same basic software to sort through the feed? If it does then software from Bradley Manning would be more useful to Assange then files.
The Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System is a system of interconnected computer networks used by the United States Department of Defense and the United States Department of State to transmit classified information by packet switching over TCP/IP in a secure environment.