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    Saturday, October 18, 2008

    al Qaeda beheads BOY.



    TERRORISM: ALGERIA; ATTACKS IN SEVERAL REGIONS
    (ANSAmed) - ALGIERS, OCTOBER 16 - Three municipal guards were killed and two others seriously injured yesterday when a bomb exploded in the Setif region, 300 kilometres east of Algiers, while a young police cook was assassinated in Boudouau, in Kabylia near the capital. The head of the boy taken hostage two days ago has also been found alongside railway tracks, according to Liberté. It is a macabre action which, said the newspaper, is a clear sign that the Salafite Group for Preaching and Combat (GSPC, now Al Qaeda for the Islamic Magreb) has adopted the gruesome methods used by the Armed Islamic Group (GIA). Having become the GSPC in 1997, the GIA is well-known for its massacres of civilians in the 1990s. The patrol of the municipal guards, according to El Watan, was attacked near the Babors mountains, 50 kilometres north of Setif, a calm area since 2004 when a massive sweep-up operation by the army eliminated several members of Islamic armed groups. (ANSAmed).
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    Jahiddie ( pedophiles ) losing ground on Internet

    Islamic pedophiles lead to cyber war?



    Link between child porn and Jahiddie Muslim terrorists discovered in police raids.
    There is a hypothesis circulating this is the reason for the Jahiddies loosing their forums, other good Muslims taking them down.

    After the Jahiddie forums were taken down there was an attack on Iran.
    In September, hackers targeted what Iranian news media estimated to be 300 Shiite sites, many of them operated by Shiite religious leaders in Iran. Targets included the official site of Grand Ayatollah Ali Sistani, the leading Shiite cleric in Iraq.

    A group called Ghoroub XP, based in the United Arab Emirates, asserted responsibility.


    Flare-up of online sectarian hostility, ( caused by jahiddie involvenent with kiddie porn ? ) Shiite and Sunni hackers have targeted Web sites associated with the other sect, including that of a Saudi-owned television network and of Iraq's most revered Shiite cleric.
    On several occasions over the past three years, unknown hackers have shut down al-Qaeda-affiliated Web sites after they announced the imminent release of a new video message from Osama bin Laden or another extremist leader. It is often impossible to pinpoint the source of such online attacks, though some experts say the culprits could be independent activists.

    A link between terrorism plots and hardcore child pornography is becoming clear after a string of police raids in Britain and across the Continent, an investigation by The Times has discovered. Images of child abuse have been found during Scotland Yard antiterrorism swoops and in big inquiries in Italy and Spain.

    For al-Qaeda, "these sites are the equivalent of pentagon.mil, whitehouse.gov, att.com," said Evan F. Kohlmann, an expert on online al-Qaeda operations who has advised the FBI and others. With just one authorized al-Qaeda site still in business, "this has left al-Qaeda's propaganda strategy hanging by a very narrow thread."


    Kohlmann said; The sabotage of sites operated by extremist groups makes it more difficult for those groups to inspire attacks and recruit attackers, said Erich Marquardt, editor in chief of the Sentinel, a monthly online publication by the Combating Terrorism Center at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.

    However, "the downside of knocking jihadist Web sites offline is that you lose the ability to monitor jihadist activities," eliminating opportunities for Western monitors to search for ideological weaknesses or clues to future operations, Marquardt said. "When these Web sites are taken offline, it closes an important window."

    I DISAGREE WITH KOHLMANN, IF YOU TAKE THEM OFF LINE, IT MEANS FEWER OPERATIONS PLANNED. TAKE OUT THEIR COMMAND AND CONTROL AT LEAST IN THE PUBLIC AREANA.G.

    Separately, Sunni and Shiite Internet partisans are waging a tit-for-tat hacking war. For now, Sunni extremist sites are taking the brunt. WE ARE NOT SURE HOW BIG A PART THE CHILD PORNO PLAYS IN THIS JAHIDDIE CYBER WAR, BUT CLEARLY IT UPSET SOMEONE.G.

    Alleged Shiite hackers responded in force. By Oct. 1, hundreds of sites run by Sunnis, including those of religious figures, had vanished. In their place appeared a site featuring an Iranian flag superimposed over the intense gaze of a smiling woman.

    There also was a message, citing a Koranic verse: "And one who attacketh you, attack him in like manner as he attacked you."

    The site of the Saudi-owned network al-Arabiya was among those attacked, forcing the news organization to move its site briefly to another domain.

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    sixth peace treaty with Taliban, insanity




    Insanity is doing the same over and over expecting a different out come.
    How many peace agreements does this make that they have done with the 
    no Honor Taliban. SIX.

    They get the Taliban between a rock and a hard place and start grinding
    and the Taliban ask for peace talks.
    Taliban figure a way out and start fighting again.

    They need to grind away at the Taliban till the leaders are dead, then talk peace.
    The taliban just are not sincere.

    Bill

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    Friday, October 17, 2008

    THE CYBER THREAT TODAY



    Comments in Caps By Gerald:


    THE CYBER THREAT TODAY
    Major Attacks on the Rise

    10/17/08
    One case in point: We joined our international partners yesterday in announcing a major takedown of a transnational criminal network that was buying and selling stolen financial information through an online forum known as “Dark Market.”
    Cyber crooks scared G

    “The business of the United States is done on the Internet,” said Henry, a veteran cyber crime investigator. And the information that flows electronically 24/7 is increasingly the target of not only identity thieves and scammers, but organized crime groups, terrorists, and overseas governments.

    “There are a number of countries who have an interest in stealing information from the United States,” Henry said, explaining that as many as two dozen nations have taken an “aggressive interest” in penetrating our networks. In the past year, he added, “the malicious activity has become much more prevalent.”

    Malicious activity could come in the form of attacks that deny access to websites, that compromise sensitive information, or that introduce “botnets” that spread viruses and covertly co-opt computers to carry out data theft.


    “There are a number of countries who have an interest in stealing information from the United States,” Henry said, explaining that as many as two dozen nations have taken an “aggressive interest” in penetrating our networks.


    New groups of hackers—virtual gangs—are a growing threat as well, banding together to pool their expertise and carry out coordinated cyber attacks. Henry pointed out that in years gone by, if a gang wanted to rob a bank, it needed crooks with various skills—safe cracker, get-away driver, look-out, etc. That’s essentially what we’re seeing in the cyber world today, only these virtual gang members have never met in the physical world. “There are organized groups that are very successful,” Henry said.

    The 3 Ps. To address the rising threat, the Cyber Division has a threefold strategic plan—“Prioritize, Proactive, Partnerships.”

    By prioritizing our efforts, we can go after the most critical threats. Being proactive means adopting the same time-tested investigative techniques that have been so successful in our physical crime investigations—the use of informants, electronic surveillance, and placement of undercover agents to penetrate and dismantle virtual criminal operations.

    SIGH: THEY ARE USING INVESTIGATIVE TECHNIQUES THEY DEVELOPED IN THE 19TH CENTURY, TO FIGHT A CRIMINAL PARADIGM DEVELOPED IN THE 21ST CENTURY. AND HAVE A BACKLOG OF 2 MILLION COMPLAINTS.G.

    The third “P”—partnerships—means building even stronger relationships with law enforcement agencies worldwide. He said we’ve worked with such countries as Great Britain, Canada, Russia, and Turkey to swap best practices and techniques. We’ve also sent agents to Romania to work with law enforcement there, leading to nearly 100 arrests in cyber crime cases representing “tens of millions of dollars” in losses, Henry said.

    And the Internet Crime Complaint Center, or IC3—a partnership between the FBI and the National White Collar Crime Center—continues to assist state and local law enforcement in fighting cyber crime. Since its establishment in 2000, IC3 has received more than a million complaints. In the last couple of years, there’s been an “uptick” in the number of reports, according to Henry. Lately, they’re coming in at the rate of nearly 20,000 per month.

    AND RECOVERY RATE FOR THE 20,000 COMPLAINTS A MONTH IS CLOSE TO ZERO, VICTIMS GET ZIP, NO SEIZURE OF MONEY OR ASSETS.G.

    THE FBI HAS NOT RECRUITED THE

    ADVANCED, CUTTING EDGE HACKER THEY NEED BECAUSE THEY FEEL THEY CAN'T CONTROL THEM. ALL FBI AGENTS STILL DO NOT HAVE A COMPUTER.

    THEY DO USE BLACKBERRYS NOW, A GENIUS MOVE THAT ALLOWS THE FBI TO REACT ALMOST INSTANTIOULSY TO EMERGENCYS.

    AND THEY ARE SETTING UP COMPUTER CENTERS MANNED BY SOME GENIUS HARD WORKING AND DEDICATED PEOPLE.

    BUT THE FBI LIKE THE MILITARY VIEW THE INTERNET AS A SECURITY RISK AND ARE STILL UNCOMFORTABLE WITH THE WWW.

    THE FBI IS NOT APPLYING ADVANCED INTERNET SURVEILLANCE OR INTERDICTION METHODS.

    USA RESPONSE TO CYBER WAR HAS BEEN ONE OF STATIC DEFENSES.

    USA HAS NO OFFENSIVE CAPABILITY.

    USA HAS NO UNIFIED PARADIGM FOR THE WAR ON CYBER CRIME OR CYBER TERRORISM.

    IN FACT THE USA IS OVER WELMED BUY THE INFLUX OF CYBER CRIMINALS, AND HACKING METHODS, AND NEW CYBER TECHNIQUES.

    USA IS BEING BUTCHERED PIECE MEAL BY CYBER CRIME, CREDIT CARD THEFT, ID THEFT, PHISHING INFO, AND ADVANCED HACKING METHODS.

    THE FBI SAYS THERE ARE MILLIONS OF COMPLAINTS ON RECORD ABOUT CYBER CRIME.

    USA IS VIRTUALLY DEFENSLESS AGAINST THE RUSSIAN BUSINESS NET OR THE MILLIONS OF BOTS THE CHINESE HAVE.

    CYBER CRIME AND TERRORISM ARE ON THE SAME VECTOR AND IN TIME WILL JOIN TOGETHER.

    THE ENTIRE WWW IS AT RISK, OF BEING SHUT DOWN FOR MONTHS BY MILLIONS OF BOT NETS.

    THE TECHNOLOGY IS AVAILABLE TO TURN THIS AROUND, AND ALLOW THE USA TO DOMINATE THE WWW LIKE THE AIRFORCE DOMINATES THE AIR, ANY WHERE, ANY PLACE ANY TIME.

    IF ANOTHER AIRFORCE IS ATTACKED BY THE US AIRFORCE THEY RUN OR DIE.

    IN CYBER SPACE THE USA IS ONE OF THE JUICYEST TARGETS, AND ONE OF THE WEAKEST PLAYERS.

    THE FBI HAVE NO CYBER SIDEARMS.

    THE AIRFORCE STARTED A CYBER FORCE JUST TO DROP IT.

    AND NORAD HAS MUMBLED SOMETHING ABOUT CYBER SPACE BUT HAVE ISSUED NO MISSION STATEMENT.

    USA IS NOT A FORCE TO BE FEARED ON THE INTERNET.

    USA IS AN EASY TARGET.

    THE WHITE HATS THE FBI IS PARTERENING WITH ARE NOT CUTTING EDGE, ARE NOT HACKERS, THEY ARE A REACTIONARY FORCE.

    USA HAS BEEN BEHIND THE CURVE ON INTERNET CRIME FOR 10 YEARS, THEY HAVE NEVER GOT OUT IN FRONT OF IT.

    THE TATICS OF THE RBN AND HACKERS CAN BE TURNED AGAINST THEM.

    NO ONE IS THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX, NO ONE HAS A EFFECTIVE PARADIGM, THE TOOLS NEEDED TO STOP THIS CRIMINAL AND TERRORIST FORCE ARE THERE.

    THE INTERNET IS NOT ONLY A VECTOR FOR ATTACK ON USA, BUT ALSO AMERICAS WEAPON AND MOST POWERFUL TOOL.

    USA HAS THE TOOLS TO DOMINATE THE WWW, STOP BOT ATTACKS IN THEIR TRACKS.

    PART OF THE NEEDED PARADIGM IS TO MOVE INTO THE CYBER AGE. TO REMOTELY SEARCH COMPUTERS IN SECRET, AND TRACK PERPS IN THEIR TRAVELS ACCROSS THE INTERNET. READ THEIR EMAILS AND IM.

    TO TRACK AND INFILTRATE ANY ONE IN THE WORLD FROM ANY PLACE IN THE WORLD.

    YOU DON'T NEED AGENTS ON THE GROUND.

    THEIR HARD DRIVES CAN BE ERASED OR EVEN CRASHED.

    THERE ARE SO MANY OPTIONS THAT ARE NOT BEING USED, AND WEAKNESSES OF CYBER CRIMINALS NOT BEING EXPLOITED.

    DRAINING THEIR BANK ACCOUNTS, PUBLISHING THEIR MESSAGES, EXPOSING THEIR NAMES.

    CREATING CYBER BATTALIONS, FORCES OF THOUSANDS OF CYBER TRAINED TROOPERS.

    USA IS MIA IN THE CRIMINAL CYBER WAR.

    WE HAVE TRACKED CYBER CRIMINALS TO THEIR LAIRS.

    GOTTEN THEM ARRESTED, PROVIDED THE EVIDENCE, ONLY TO HAVE THEM BAILED OUT AND BACK AT CYBER CRIME THE NEXT DAY, WE SAW THEM AT WORK ON THE INTERNET CAFE SECURITY CAMS, AND OUR CLIENTS GOT ZERO RECOVERY.

    THE RATES FOR INFECTION AND MALWARE AND TAKE OVER OF COMPUTERS IS AT AN ALL TIME HIGH, AND OUR SECURITY, ANTI-VIRUS, FIREWALLS, SWEEPERS, BLACK LISTS AND ROOTKIT HUNTERS ARE AT AN ALL TIME INEFFECTIVENESS.

    THE CYBER CRIMINALS ARE WINNING THE CRIMINAL WAR. AND THE TERRORIST KNOW THIS.

    FORCASTING THE CURRENT PARADIGM INTO THE FUTURE DOES NOT BODE WELL FOR THE USA.

    USA'S WEAKNESS IS VISABLE, IN A DOMAIN USA INVENTED.

    WHAT WILL IT TAKE TO MOVITATE USA INTO EFFECTIVE ACTION?

    USA NEEDS A Manhattan Project FOR THE INTERNET.

    GERALD

    Tactical Internet Systems analyst

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    COUNTERPOINT:

    The FBI on Friday boasted that its two-year long undercover operation against users of the crime forumDarkMarket netted 56 arrests worldwide and prevented $70 million in economic losses, publicly acknowledging the sting for the first time.

    "In today's world of rapidly expanding technology, where cybercrimes are perpetrated instantly from anywhere in the world, law enforcement needs to be flexible and creative in our efforts to target these criminals," said FBI Cyber Division Assistant Director Shawn Henry in a statement. "By joining forces with our international law enforcement counterparts, we have been, and will continue to be, successful in arresting those individuals and dismantling these forums."

    British police say they've arrested five DarkMarket users in recent days, and 11 since the sting began in late 2006. The other arrests have been in Turkey, Germany and the United States, according to the FBI. Spokesman Brian Hale said the feds won't be going into more detail. "We have released all the information in that release that we're publicly going to discuss at this point in time," said Hale.

    DarkMarket allowed buyers and sellers of stolen identities and credit card data to meet and do business in an entrepreneurial, peer-reviewed environment. It had 2,500 users at its peak, according to the FBI. 

    Documents uncovered by a German radio network on Monday first revealed that DarkMarket had been secretly run by an FBI cybercrime agent for the last two years, until its voluntary shutdown earlier this month. The leader of the site, know online as Master Splynter, was in fact FBI cybercrime agent J. Keith Mularski, part of an elite seven-agent cybercrime unit based at the National Cyber Forensics Training Alliance in Pittsburgh. 

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    Cyber crooks scared G...OUR POST ON THIS FROM OCT 14, 08


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    EXCLUSIVE: Terrorist Webmaster:Burned


    EXCLUSIVE: Terrorist Webmaster:Taliban BURNED:
    By Gerald: Internet Anthropologist Think Tank
    Oct 17, 08
    Creating and deploying our OWN paradigms.


    Terrorist Webmaster:
    is an Arab, from Saudi Arabia.
    Speaks Arabic and Pashto and some english.
    He lives 4km out side Islambad, to the East south east.
    HIS IP is 119¸154¸65¸172:1660
    He was on line 
    17-Oct-08 at 01:08:15am EST (UTC -4:00)


    His web sites:
    www.alemarah1.com
    www.alemarah1.org
    www.islaame.com
    www.wajdan.org
    http://www.tarane.org/
    http://www.islaame.com/

    His web sites are highly infected with malware.All down now.

    We have BSU's on him and will track his activities for a while and see what he does and where he goes.
    NO special ops team assinged to him yet.
    Starting today his PC runs a little slower and is developing problems with his browser Moz/4.0 (MSIE 6.0; WinNT 5.1)
    He has been a web master for terroist sites for 4 years.

    Thats one more star.
    Hat tip to Howie at Jawa.


    Update:Co webmaster for above sites:

    Fellow traveler of above web master:
    His Pc's IP is 119.154.1.189:3753
    Location: Islamabad, Pakistan ( same as above )
    He reads and writes Englisn and Arabic.
    Last ion line 17-Oct-08 at 06:50:06am EST (UTC -4:00)
    His operating system and browser developing problems and running slow, same as above.
    We have BSU's on him.






    Gerald
    Tactical Internet Systems analyst

    If we can petentrate the Taliban like this, Think what we could do for your company along the lines of
    legal competitive Intelligence.
    Got a problem, we got the solution.

    InternetAnthropologistTT at gmail

    Extraordinary Efforts for Extraordinary Results
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    Thursday, October 16, 2008

    BSU tracking, hmm



    Bot surveillance UNIT.
    Any errors can be reported to 
    InternetAnthropologistTT at gmail

    Gerald

     202-83-172-60.reverse.ntc.net.pk    IP Address    202.83.172.60  
      Date    16 Oct, Thu, 10:52:39    Net Speed    Cable/DSL  
      Organization    National Telecom Corporation    Browser     Firefox 3  
      Continent    Asia    Operating System     Windows XP  
      Country    Pakistan      Screen Resolution    1024x768  
      State / Region    Islamabad    Screen Color    32 Bit (16.7M)  
      City    Islamabad  


    Why is this guy looking for this?
    "how, make, suicide, bomber, vests "

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    Exclusive: Shot not hear round the world.


    Exclusive: Shot not hear round the world.

    By Gerald, Internet Anthropologist Think Tank.

    Oct 16, o8

    SEBASTIAN ABBOT, Associated Press Writer is WRONG. His hypotheis is that the economic down turn won't hurt terrorist funding.

    The price of oil has dropped from a high of $145 a bbl to $74 a bbl currently, we expect the reduced revenues will also reduce al Qaeda funding.

    Of bigger concern to us is a method of secret money laundering involving shorting an Investment while simtaniously going long in another country, if the investment moves in the correct direction

    then the money is automaticly moved from one country to another without any physical connection

    between the transactions, if the position moves against them they break even.

    With the current globalization of the stockmarkets one only needs a computer to pull it off and a liquid investment, and a brokerage account.

    This is called "The shot not heard around the world".

    As it is very hard to track and not very exact way to move money, it may take weeks or months,

    and the money can move in the reverse direction it is intended temporarly.

    The only costs involved are the brokerage commissions.

    And can be done from any country to any country.

    If special forces and CIA snipers target the durg cartels heads involoved in Afghan, that will almost shut down the drug trade in Afghan.

    Poor reward risk ratio.


    Gerald

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    Analysts say al-Qaida awash in funds despite global financial crisis

    By SEBASTIAN ABBOT, Associated Press Writer
    12:08 PM PDT, October 16, 2008
    CAIRO, Egypt (AP) _ Al-Qaida, which gets its money from the drug trade in Afghanistan and sympathizers in the oil-rich Gulf states, is likely to escape the effects of the global financial crisis.

    One reason is that al-Qaida and other Islamic terrorists have been forced to avoid using banks, relying instead on less-efficient ways to move their cash around the world, analysts said.

    Those methods include hand-carrying money and using informal transfer networks called hawalas.

    While escaping official scrutiny, those networks also are slower and less efficient — and thus could hamper efforts to finance attacks.

    "It would be inconceivable that large amounts of (terror-linked) money would transit through the formal financial system, because of all the controls," said Ibrahim Warde, an expert on terrorist financing at The Fletcher School at Tufts University.

    The question of where al-Qaida and its sympathizers get their money has long been crucial to efforts to prevent terrorist attacks. A 2004 U.S. investigation found that banks in the United Arab Emirates had unwittingly handled most of the $400,000 spent on the Sept. 11 attacks.

    After the attacks, the U.S. made an aggressive push to use law enforcement techniques to disrupt terrorist financing networks and worked with allies to improve their own financial and regulatory institutions.

    Al-Qaida and the Taliban have benefited from the drug trade's growth in Afghanistan after the U.S.-led invasion in 2001, and the booming business likely will not be affected by the global slowdown.

    Opium cultivation has fallen slightly this year but is still about 20 times higher than in 2001, according to the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime.

    Former U.S. drug czar Gen. Barry McCaffrey, who recently consulted with U.S. and NATO officials in Afghanistan, issued a report in July saying al-Qaida and the Taliban "are principally funded by what some estimate as $800 million a year derived from the huge $4 billion annual illegal production and export of opium/heroin and cannabis."

    In addition, wealthy donors and Islamic charities in the oil-rich Gulf, especially Saudi Arabia, continue to be "one of the most significant sources of illicit financing for terrorism," said Matthew Levitt, a former Treasury Department terrorism expert now with The Washington Institute for Near East Policy.

    The Saudis have long insisted they are doing all they can to rein in terror financing, and U.S. officials have praised their efforts.

    But, under a system known as "zakat," wealthy Muslims are required to give a portion of their money to the poor. Much of that is given to Islamic charities, and U.S. officials say at least some of that money continues to be channeled to al-Qaida and other terrorist groups.

    Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries have benefited in the last two years from a surge in oil prices from about $60 per barrel at the beginning of 2007 to more than $145 per barrel in the middle of this year. Prices have fallen almost 50 percent in the last few months in response to the global financial crisis, but not before generating hundreds of billions of dollars to oil producers.

    Levitt said the covert nature of terrorist financing makes it difficult to determine a direct correlation between rising oil revenues and the amount of cash al-Qaida has on hand.

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    Petraeus Mounts NEW Strategy

    Photo by Gerald: CR 2008

    Petraeus Mounts Strategy Review

    Team to Focus On Afghanistan, Wider Region


    Washington Post Staff Writer 
    Thursday, October 16, 2008; Page A12

    Gen. David H. Petraeus has launched a major reassessment of U.S. strategy for Afghanistan,PakistanIranIraq and the surrounding region, while warning that the lack of development and the spiraling violence in Afghanistan will probably make it "the longest campaign of the long war."

    The 100-day assessment will result in a new campaign plan for the Middle East and Central Asia, a region in which Petraeus will oversee the operations of more than 200,000 American troops as the new head of U.S. Central Command, beginning Oct. 31.

    The review will formally begin next month, but experts and military officials involved said Petraeus is already focused on at least two major themes: government-led reconciliation of Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan and Pakistan, and the leveraging of diplomatic and economic initiatives with nearby countries that are influential in the war.

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    Internet Anthropologist Think Tank has learned, Directives out to reduce external blog & media contacts until developed.

    This is a major Paradigm shift for Military. New vocab word "subnational".

    We are withholding further information till Gov. makes Press Release.


    Gerald

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