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Originally posted by ATLien
reply to post by badw0lf
How do you decide my intent? I was intrigued and now I'm not, "Unsuspecting" is a little much isn't it...No one on this site is illiterate, I described it in the title, then in the thread, your computer warned you and then the site warned you. That's 4 descriptions, so who's "unsuspecting" here? All scared and presumptuous, What's the worst case scenario? Is there even one?
What is OneSource?
OneSource is an evolving data analysis and exploration tool used internally by the USAF Air Force Command and Control Integration Center (AFC2IC) Vocabulary Services Team, and provided at no additional cost to the greater Department of Defense (DoD) community. It empowers its users with a consistent view of syntactical, lexical, and semantic data vocabularies through a community-driven web environment, directly supporting the DoD Net-Centric Data Strategy of visible, understandable, and accessible data assets.
Who does OneSource serve?
OneSource serves developers, integrators, managers, and community-of-interest (COI) participants as a focus point for searching, navigating, annotating, matching, and mapping data terms extracted from military standards, COI vocabularies, programs of record, and other schemas and data sources. OneSource promotes awareness, cross-collaboration, rapid reuse, increased compatibility, and decreased complexity of data vocabularies, saving time and costs associated with integration, mediation, and development.
What is the Vocabulary Services Team?
The AFC2IC Vocabulary Services Team serves the Coalition Warfighter through data vocabulary analysis, vocabulary interoperability assessment, and service-oriented-architecture (SOA) application within the domain of USAF operations. The team provides expert support for data vocabulary development, cross-system-integration, gap resolution, and capability exercises. Subject coverage includes DoD and NATO data exchange Standards (including Message Text Formats, Tactical Data Links, and Information Exchange Data Models), COI vocabularies, and related government and industry data standards.
Originally posted by OTTOKARMA
reply to post by ALOSTSOUL
its a screencap of a man-in-the-middle sniffing session
analyzing raw tcp/ip and icmp packets exchanged between my fake ip and their servers
to make it simple, they're using multiples ip changers to cover their real ips and prevent from peoples to poke thems with sticks
oh and to see if they're able to catch some peoples attracted by their ip
Originally posted by greeneyedleo
I access various military and government sites all the time...so I had no problem accessing this. Looks like a real website to me