posted on Feb, 3 2012 @ 08:51 AM
Originally posted by drkylefletcher
Originally posted by DB340
I thought these guys only did internet-based stuff!? How could they get hold of recorded messages? Anybody know more?
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I know most everything's kept on computers now.
What I want to know is how they keep getting into the "most secure" areas of the government.
I have told you people over a hundred times now...
There is no "Most secure" area. Security on the web is a myth.
Any simple SQL injection into the bootstrap algorithm into a Cisco 2*** router will reset it into a base factory config with all ports open and no
ACLs, and from there it's all fun and games.
Any simple script kiddie can hack into a network... Half the time there is no hacking involved... Network admins are just fricking dumb half the
Why everyone thinks that the government has some super secret Internet security system that no one is privy to I will never understand. Ethernet works
the same no matter what company or government are using it.
Hell they could have gotten this info simply by sticking a packet capturer on the network and never even need to hack in or search the files...
I keep telling you all.... Internet security is a MYTH...