[Full-disclosure] Pro US government hackerganda
sil at infiltrated.net
Fri Sep 14 20:34:18 BST 2007
> You're looking at it from the wrong view. The 20 terabytes didn't happen
> overnight. Without a starting time frame you have no idea how many "years"
> it has been happening. Not to mention they have workstations and servers
> all over the world. Which means no 1 agency or individual looks at all the
> traffic from all the locations at the same time. If your network produced
> terabytes of traffic a day, 50-100mb isn't that eye catching.
Again many of you seem to be missing the bottom line here... "oh noes
deesa been from a many machines massa". Irrelevant. If someone is coming
into a GOVERNMENT AGENCY those machines with classified information
should be LOGGING and those LOGS should be MONITORED as per GOVERNMENT
rules. So whatever someone feels should have could have would have is
all irrelevant. There are rules set up for those in office to follow.
They're not being followed. Start threatening some of these people with
penalties I guarantee you that lazy ass SMSGT won't decide "Gee... I
think I'll put this Top Secret document on a public webserver so I can
see it later from home..." won't occur.
"Excusatio non petita, accusatio manifesta"
sil . infiltrated @ net http://www.infiltrated.net
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