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    Saturday, October 09, 2010

    New jahidders we are tracking

    New jahidders we are tracking.


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    Afghan security firms delema/disaster

    Afghan security firms "hand in glove" with Taliban


    ( googles "add images" down )

    News Services and US Gov may not be thinking this through.
    Everyone seems to be ignoring the law of unintended consequences.

    US did that once before, after Russia was defeated in Afghan, US
    just dropped the aid which allowed the Taliban to take over.

    Are we headed for another catastrophic episode in history?  

    As a PSA we are posting most of a column from the BBC.
    Our comments in CAPS FOR DELINEATION. G

    A Senate report has found evidence that many Afghan security personnel paid with US taxpayers' money to guard American bases are hand in glove with the Taliban insurgents hell-bent on killing coalition troops.
    THEY WERE MEETING WITH THE TALIBAN MAYBE TO PREVENT ATTACKS, MAYBE.

    One disturbing case uncovered by the Armed Services Committee in the western Afghan province of Herat illustrates the deadly double game played by some of these hired guns.

    Two Afghan warlords involved were nicknamed by their British employers as Mr White and Mr Pink, after gangsters in the gory Hollywood movie Reservoir Dogs.

    The two contractors were appointed in June 2007 by the defence contractor ArmorGroup to provide security at Shindand airbase.

    Mafia-style hit

    The Senate report links the pair, and their successors, to "murder, kidnapping, bribery and anti-coalition activities" during their 18 months on the payroll.

    President Karzai wants private security guards phased out by the end of 2010
    AND WHO WILL THE PRIVATE SECURITY GUARDS GO TO WORK FOR,
    THE TALIBAN MAYBE?

    In December 2007, Mr White was ambushed and shot dead in a bazaar just outside the airbase - by Mr Pink and his men. ALLEGED.

    An American contactor said the shooting amounted to a mafia-style hit by Mr Pink to rub out a business rival.
    A COMPETITOR ALLEGES? THINK ABOUT THE TRACK RECORD OF AMERICAN SECURITY CONTRACTORS, SEX PARTIES, STEALING ARMS ETC, THIS SHOULD NOT BE TAKEN AT FACE VALUE.
    THIS WAS A COMPETITOR!

    Afterwards, it emerged that Mr Pink was holed up in a nearby village with a number of Taliban fighters.
    A MEETING WITH TALIBAN? THE KARZI GOV MEETS WITH TALIBAN ALSO, PEACE TALKS.
    THIS DOES NOT MEAN MR PINK WAS TALIBAN.

    Despite this, ArmorGroup continued to employ Mr Pink's men for more than a month, the Senate committee found.

    The firm finally sacked the men after suspicions were aroused that they were providing intelligence about the Americans to Mr Pink. BY AMERICAN CONTRACTORS? WE DON'T KNOW.

    Mr White II

    ArmorGroup, meanwhile, turned to the late Mr White's brother, who became known as Mr White II, to fill the vacancy.

    Mr White II was the uncle of a high-value Taliban commander, Mullah Sadeq, who was directing roadside bombings in Herat and the neighbouring province of Farah.

    In summer of 2008, an ArmorGroup mine-clearing company, AGMA, was awarded a United Nations contract to clear explosives from Herat.

    The firm hired Mr White II to provide security, paying him thousands of dollars a month.

    It later emerged that he was using some of this money to fund Taliban operations.
    OR PAYING OFF THE TALIBAN TO LEAVE AMERICANS ALONE, AGAIN WE DON'T KNOW.

    These police could earn a quarter of what private security guards get paid

    In August 2008, US forces received intelligence that Mullah Sadeq and other insurgents were at a compound in the village of Azizabad, not far from Shindand airbase.

    The meeting, notes the Senate report, was being held in the home of Mr White II, who was also there, along with a number of colleagues. ONCE AGAIN THEY ASSUMED IT WAS FOR NEFARIOUS PURPOSES.

    US forces raided the property and a ferocious firefight ensued, resulting in a number of casualties, including civilians.

    Mr White II and seven guards employed by ArmorGroup were among those killed.

    Having learned its lesson, ArmorGroup decided that Mr White II's men could no longer be trusted, and sacked them.

    But AGMA continued to employ them, even hiring brothers of the men killed in the Azizabad raid.
    THEY COULD HAVE LET THE TALIBAN EMPLOY THEM?

    Mr White III

    The firm also reached agreement with Mr White II's brother to take over as the company's security provider.



    Senate Armed Services Committee

    AGMA assessed that Mr White III, as he would be known, "was a man we could do business with".

    But it was not long before Mr White III's loyalties were being questioned, too.

    As roadside bombings in the area began to increase, AGMA began to view Mr White III and his men as a potential threat. UNFOUNDED ASSUMPTION? WE DON'T KNOW.

    But the firm still kept them on the payroll until its UN contract wound up in December 2008.

    The committee also found how little vetting was carried out on Afghan security firms.

    An audit in September 2008 at a base in the eastern province of Nangarhar found one contractor could not even produce a roster of its own employees. COULDN'T PRODUCE DOESN'T MEAN THEY DIDN'T HAVE ONE, JUST IT WASN'T TURNED OVER.

    And in March the following year, all the Afghan guards at a base in the neighbouring province of Kunar were sacked after it emerged their boss was linked to a terrorist organisation, says the Senate report.
    AGAIN IT EMERGED? WE ARE LEFT TO WONDER WHAT THE EVIDENCE WAS?
    WHO DID THEY GO TO WORK FOR? TALIBAN?

    Other private security personnel, meanwhile, were found to have barely any experience or weapons training.

    One guard said he had not fired a gun since the 1980s.
    ONE GUARD OUT OF 26,000?

    As of May this year, there were 26,000 private security personnel in Afghanistan, according to the Senate Armed Services Committee. The vast bulk of the private guards are Afghans.
    WILL THESE 26,000 GUARDS GO TO WORK FOR THE TALIBAN TO SUPPORT THEIR FAMILIES?

    Nine out 10 of them were employed as contractors or subcontractors to the US government.

    President Hamid Karzai has declared that private security firms should be phased out by the end of this year, with the aim of integrating them with the Afghan police and army. AT 1/4 THE PAY, LIKE THAT IS GOING TO GET
    BETTER GUARDS?

    But the committee found that members of the security forces were quitting for better-paid jobs in private security.

    Afghan guards working for ArmourGroup in Herat were paid $275 (£170) a month, not including expenses, says the report.

    This was four times more than the $70 monthly pay of an Afghan police patrolman, as of February 2008.
    THE TALIBAN PAYS ABOUT $300 PER MON USD, DOES THAT SOUND LIKE AN EFFECTIVE PARADIGM?

    The Senate committee noted that "the safety of our troops and the success of our mission require immediate and aggressive steps" to remedy the problem posed by Afghan private security firms.
    DUMP THE FORMER WARLORDS, LOOSE ANY CONTROL OVER THEM AND WILL THEY TURN TO
    CRIME AND THE TALIBAN? WHERE ELSE CAN THEY TURN TOO?

    With US President Barack Obama aiming to begin a US withdrawal from Afghanistan by July 2011, the report indicates much work remains to ensure Afghan security forces are ready to take over.
    YES INDEED. G


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    This belies the problem with the ISI and Afghan security.
    ISI influence remains in Afghan and Paki security guard control.

    The recent border crossing closing in Paki did have 120,000 trucks and
    tankers going thru there monthly, without any major incidents.

    Paki closed the border and 1,200 tankers have been destroyed.
    This probably was ISI sanctioned action.

    Can the US aford to dump the Afghan security guard forces
    and let the Taliban pick them up?

    THIS NEEDS TO EXPLORED CAREFULLY.
    THE LAW OF UNTENDED Consequences HANGS
    HEAVILY OVER THE HEAD OF THE US ON THIS
    ISSUE.

    ARE THEY GOING TO ADD 26,000 TROOP
    SURGE TO THE TAIBAN?
    FIRING ALL THE SECURITY GUARDS?
    US needs to find a way of enveloping the security
    guards, dumping them will be a disaster and cause
    many more American deaths.

    I find it problematic the report didn't mention
    how many Afghan Guards have been killed
    protecting Americans.



    Gerald
    Anthropologist

    ISI officially supporting Afghan insurgents.


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    Thursday, October 07, 2010

    ISI officially supporting Afghan Insurgents

    Does Paki want an end to the War in Afghanistan?
    Not if it means loosing control of the Taliban
    in Afghan. Not if it means an end to the GWOT
    gravy train nipple provided by the US to the 
    tune of Billions of USD.



    "The ISI wants to arrest commanders who are not obeying [ISI] orders," said a Taliban commander in Kunar province. But few Taliban have given up the fight, officials say. Some Taliban commanders and U.S. officials say militant leaders are being pressured by officers from Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence agency not to surrender.

    U.S. officials say they have heard similar reports from captured militants and those negotiating to lay down their arms.

    The U.S. and Afghanistan have sought to persuade midlevel Taliban commanders to lay down their weapons in exchange for jobs or cash. The most recent Afghan effort at starting a peace process took place this week in Kabul.

    The Taliban commander in Kunar, like others interviewed in recent days, said he remained opposed to the presence of foreign troops in Afghanistan and had no plans to stop fighting them. But "the ISI wants us to kill everyone—policemen, soldiers, engineers, teachers, civilians—just to intimidate people," the commander said.

    He said he refused, and that the ISI had tried to arrest him. "Afghans are all brothers; tomorrow we could be sitting together in one room."

    The allegations of interference by the Pakistani spy agency come amid a new U.S. strategic focus on Pakistan as key territory in the Afghan war.

    ...ramped-up campaign of Central Intelligence Agency drone strikes on militant targets across the border, including targets believed to be involved in a plot to launch attacks in Europe.

    That shift has also brought debate in the U.S. about how to approach Pakistani allies. For more than a year, U.S. military officials have praised Pakistan's actions to confront militants in the tribal areas bordering Afghanistan.

    But U.S. officials have been voicing frustration with what they see as Pakistan's focus on fighting extremists who pose a domestic threat while avoiding militant groups that use Pakistani havens to stage attacks across the border.



    Pakistan says its forces are stretched too thin to fight all militants—particularly with some soldiers redeployed to aid relief efforts from massive flooding this summer. ( they have huge number of troops in reserve to protect the border with India? G )

    The ISI helped bring the Taliban to power in Afghanistan in the 1990s. After the September 2001 terrorist attacks, Islamabad officially broke with the movement and sided with the U.S.

    ( Paki military doesn't fear the terrorist, they know who they are and where they are, they do fear loosing them as 
    an asset in Afghan. G )

    But the U.S. has generally muted its concerns about ISI cooperation, in part because senior U.S. officials remain divided on whether it is coming from rogue elements within the intelligence agency or is fully sanctioned.
    SOURCED From WSJ
    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704689804575536241251361592.html?mod=WSJ_hps_LEFTTopStories

    Recently during hot pursuit of insurgents from Afghan into Paki, an allowed operation, Frontier troops fired
    on marked NATO choppers, and claimed they were warning shots, the choppers returned fire killing two.
    This was in FATA a insurgent strong hold, and PAKI closed the border crossing trapping hundreds of fuel
    tankers in FATA which have been destroyed because of lack of Paki protection.

    There can now be little doubt support for rogue Taliban that raid into Afghan form Paki IS  OFFICIALLY
    SANCTIONED.

    Blocking the border and allowing the destruction of hundreds of fuel tankers needed for GWOT in
    Afghan isn't the act of an ally.


    Gerald
    Anthropologist


     Katherine Tiedemann 




    Pakistan blocks NATO convoys, but Taliban get free passage

    How long does it take to get 300+  vehicles from to ?
    21 days, why aren't they going to Afghan? G


    Border closure political, but warlords protect 1,200 trucks a mo. going
    thru this choke point, Paki Gov has given a head nod to the destruction
    of 120 fuel tankers. Warlord protection works with ISI's approval, G
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    Wednesday, October 06, 2010

    Terrorist Info war at full Rage.

    Why is this site up?

    http://majahdenar.com/vb/


    This site is recruiting insurgents, training terrorist, spreading
    false Islamic propaganda.

    Workshop process jihadist


    Muslims see the screen directly to the Mujahideen version audio and video - the right channel-speaking jihadist media




    College of the Holy Qur'an, College preparation course military (Mujahideen), College Course breakthrough devices, Faculty cycle security and overall protection (the mujahideen

    Equipped and specialized military assets and the ways of jihad and weapons manufacturing and Crouhtha and news of the Mujahideen - explosives - Manufacture of containers

    Video Advocacy - a jihadist video - clips and Islamic jihad - Speeches and Lectures - flash advocacy

    Sub-Forums "internal": Department of Islamic CDs and advocacy
    Images Islamic designs and creations of members and design software and accessories - Ffucob - Flash - Soc Max

    Sub-Forums "internal": Mobile Islamic Forum, Forum hacker, security and protection, Explanations Forum and the computer programs, XXX sites and forums

    Archive for Fajr Media Center, Archive-Sahab Media Production, Archive Global Islamic Media Front, Archive Foundation Mujahideen media, Archive Ansar Media Foundation, Archive Jihad Media Battalion, Archive Center author information, Archive confidential information steadfastness, Archive Jihadist media elite, Archive for the Ansar group mailing,

    Archive Mujahideen in Chechnya and the Levant, Archive Al-Qaeda-General Command, Archive Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, Archive Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, Archive for the Mujahideen Youth Movement (Somalia), Archive Mujahideen of Ansar al-Islam, Archives for data and voice versions of Islam, Archive data, and reports of the Islamic Emirate, Archive old data and reports, Archive versions of the jihadist groups striving


    Why is this web site up?


    Internet Anthropologist Think Tank: To Take down or suffer

    Dec 23, 2009 ... To Take down or suffer the slings, arrows and IEDs.. By Gerald Internet Anthropologist Think Tank The paradigm on terrorist web sites is ...


    Internet Anthropologist Think Tank: Terror websites, take down or ...

    Aug 7, 2007 ... whether it be better to suffer the AQ web sites or by opposing them end their command and control, make them deaf, take down the web site...
    warintel.blogspot.com/2007/08/terror-websites-take-down-or-leave-up.html


    Internet Anthropologist Think Tank: Paradigm Intel: Future of ...

    Dec 13, 2007 ... So as we take down the web sites we whittle away at their membership and..... And the USA will suffer for the over sight. Gerald. 2:06 AM ...


    Gerald
    Anthropologist






    Damn Google "conflicting Edits" I tried to posted and Google tried to save, deleting
    entire post except title, WTF, G
    My posting should take precedence over Google's save. Any way it shouldn't delete
    contents. Damn it. G
    Second re-write.

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    NATO caves to Insurgents







    A“We believe the Pakistani border guard was simply firing warning shots after hearing the nearby engagement and hearing the helicopters flying nearby,” says U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Tim Zadalis.

    Read More http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2010/10/nato-helos-killed-pakistani-troops-firing-warning-shots/#ixzz11bYcP7Us



    Yes I often fire warning shots when the local police go by...


    Firing "WARNING SHOTS" TOWARDS AN ARMED NATO CHOPPER IN HOT PURSUIT OF
    INSURGENTS, is ignorant, dumb, and I don't believe it.
    Is NATO and US giving Paki an OK to fire warning shots a the Choppers?


    HAVE THEY GONE NUTZ?
    Might a white tee shirt be better than firing "warning"shots?
    “border outpost” of the Pakistani military without a Flag.


    Why is Zadslis sucking up?


    In response, Pakistan closed one of its major border crossings with Afghanistan, leaving NATO supply convoys stuck. Those fuel trucks have then come under attack by local gunmen and bombers. 136 tankers have been damaged or destroyed so far.


    Am I the only one that thinks Paki Military have given a tacit head nod
    to the destruction of the tankers?


    Pakis have given an OK for hot pursuit into Paki,
    and their Troops fire at the chopper?


    Deduct the cost of the destroyed tankers from Paki
    Mil aid. Paki closed the border making the tankers
    sitting targets, and did not protect the Tankers.




    This just encourages Pakistan Frontier Scouts to fire
    at US choppers, they have been known to have dubious
    connections to the Taliban,
    Expect them to fire at NATO choppers from now on.


    And the Press coverage of this has been just as bad.
    "in a recent poll of residents of Pakistan’s tribal areas"
    Which tribal areas? FATA.



    Nearly nine out every ten people in FATA oppose the
    U.S. military pursuing al-Qaeda and the Taliban in their
    region.
    They interviewed al qaeda and Taliban supporters,
    FATA is the insurgent safe haven. And they had
    no methodology check in poll to check for insurgent supporters
    or Terrorist.
    Amateur.

    I think this has more to do with the "Warning Shots"
    than alerting the choppers to their location.
    They were not warning shots, but an attempt
    to bring down the choppers in the heart land
    of the terrorists.


    Nearly 70 percent of FATA residents instead
    want the Pakistani military alone to fight Taliban and al-
    Qaeda militants in the tribal areas.


    "the “safe haven” that Al-Qaeda enjoys in Pakistan’s tribal areas (FATA) represents a danger to American lives."
    http://fullcomment.nationalpost.com/2010/10/06/mosharraf-zaidi-pakistan-leaves-decision-making-to-nato/

    Pakistan has to deal with threats to its internal security, such as those posed by the Al-Qaeda sympathizers. Blocking NATO supply routes is not a counterterrorism strategy...


    I find it suspect NATO is pursuing insergents into FATA al qaeda 
    safe haven, and border guards fire at NATO marked chopper, and 
    then the border is closed making the tankers sitting targets.


    Mark up a victory for the Insurgents in FATA.


    And I'll bet this gets blamed on the Chopper pilots.






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    Ahmed Quraishi pumping out propaganda, nothing to story, just a headline
    to inflame Pakis.
    http://www.ahmedquraishi.com/2010/10/06/nato-knowingly-killed-pakistani-soldiers-not-a-mistake-as-us-claims/

    Update: Oct 7, 10
     - Pakistan, ISI Urges On Taliban 
    Members of Pakistan's spy agency are pressing Taliban field commanders to fight the U.S


    Attention: News Investigators:
    What is the disposition of the pilot of the chopper, that
    returned fire, is NATO scape goating him? 
    InternetAnthropologistTT@gmail.com

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    Tuesday, October 05, 2010

    Microsoft calling kettle Black


    Stuxnet could hurt world economic development, says Microsoft CEO




    The advent of sophisticated new malware such as Stuxnet could hamper the development of cloud computing and consequently economic development, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer (pictured) said on Tuesday.

    MS operating system hasn't been secure since 1999, the loss of trillions of USD can be attributed to the Microsoft paradigm.
    They don't patch illegal MS OS leaving them open for malware and bots.


    The problem isn't the WWW its the Operating Systems.
    Originally the OS was built to work. If it worked
    it was a success, no consideration given to security.
    This paradigm continues today, emphasis on functionality,
    not security, There in lies our weakness.
    All the security vendors, spending billions of dollars
    have not been able to secure the OS in the entire history
    of the WWW.
    Change the focus, change the paradigm to a secure
    OS.
    There is enough blame to go around for every body.
    Time to fix the problem.
    The world awaits a secure OS, even if its less functional one.

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    Tactical Internet Systems analyst.

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    Gov.wrong paradigm for WWW security

    US Government operating wrong paradigm for WWW security.





    The head of the military's new Cyber Command, Army General Keith Alexander, says setting it up would be straightforward technically. He calls it a "secure zone, a protected zone." Others have dubbed the idea "dot.secure."
    Alexander also heads the National Security Agency, or NSA, the super-secretive Defense Department arm that shields national security information and networks, and intercepts foreign communications.

    Iran was not able to protect its PC's form Stuxnet and they were not even connected to the WWW.



    They fail to realize the problematic issue is not the WWW but the Operating system.

    The OS is like a house with thousands of windows and secret doors,
    doors no body even knows about and all the people are naked inside.

    So the Gov wants to build a wall, castle fortress around the house.
    History has taught us that castle fortresses don't work.
    Coastal defenses went out pre-WWII.
    You cannot bring them back and be effective.
    They cannot build a "secure zone"
    You can build a secure operating system.

    There is not even any paradigm for handling
    those attacking the walls, NO rules for engagement
    for attackers. 

    The current paradigm allows bad guys to swarm
    the walls, probe for weaknesses with impunity.

    Iran nuclear program was not connected to
    the WWW and they were vulnerable.

    He gave the general 60 days to develop the plan, with the Homeland Security Department, to provide "active perimeter" defenses to an undisclosed number of Pentagon contractors, no offensive options, no deterrent.
    Waste of money. Even a Intranet can be penetrated as those who developed stuxnet know.
    They know its ineffective and are deploying it anyway?

    We need a secure OS. and offensive policys to deter attackers, rules of
    engagement for those that even swarm the walls.
    Would a bank ignore hundreds of criminals inspecting its walls
    and perimeter? I think not.
    But its allowed for cyber defensive walls, Why?



    THROWBACK?.


    Some see the Pentagon's proposed new ring around certain critical services as a throwback almost to the dark ages.


    "Dot.secure becomes new Target One," says Richard Bejtlich, General Electric Co's director of incident response. "I can't think of an easier way to help an adversary target the most critical information on industry computers."
    Gov is ignoring reality:
    There are persistent signs of strains between Cyber Command and the Homeland Security Department over how to enhance the U.S. cybersecurity posture.


    "To achieve this, we have to depart from the romantic notion of cyberspace as the Wild Wild West," Homeland Deputy Secretary Jane Lute told the annual Black Hat computer hackers' conference in Las Vegas in July. "Or the scary notion of cyberspace as a combat zone. The goal here is not control, it's confidence."



    WWW is the Wild Wild West, it is a combat zone. Ignoring this is counterproductive.
    Obama, proclaiming October National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, said protecting digital infrastructure is a "national security priority."
    Then get a secure OS. Develop rules of engagement, and some kind of deterrent.
    Currently its just a mop up operation and damage assessment.
    No offensive actions.
    U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, who led a Senate Intelligence Committee cyber task force that submitted a classified report to the panel in July, has floated a similar idea, drawing an analogy to medieval fortresses.


    "Can certain critical private infrastructure networks be protected now within virtual castle walls in secure domains where those pre-positioned offenses could be both lawful and effective?" he asked in a July 27 floor speech.
    He should consider why a medieval fortress failed as a defensive option and is no longer used.
    Those that forget history are repeating its failed paradigms.
    Defending just certain intranets us short sighted and a failed paradigm form the 'get go'.
    If the WWW isn't defended they will find them selves running a semi-secure intranet
    with no WWW connection. After a cyber attack they can only talk to each other
    but no connection to troops or the infrastructure, usless fortress.

    The problem isn't the WWW its the Operating Systems.
    Originally the OS was built only to work. If it worked
    it was a success, no consideration given to security.
    This paradigm continues today with emphasis on functionality,
    not security, There in lies our weakness.
    All the security vendors, spending billions of dollars
    have not been able to secure the OS in the entire history
    of the WWW.
    Change the focus, change the paradigm to a secure
    OS.

    The point of failure isn't the WWW its the OS.
    Stop wasting money on cyber walls.

    Gerald
    Internet Anthropologist
    Tactical Internet Systems analyst.

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    Tribute to Stuxnet

    Face of stuxnet:





    I think I love you. G



    AWESOME. deep bow.
    to lower one's head as a sign of respect )





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    Monday, October 04, 2010

    BSU's intercept packet for MI




    BSU's intercept packet for MI



    Good morning Jim:
    Several years ago Iran started a nuclear bomb
    program, we obtained info from defectors and
    the resistance that Iran has continued its
    program to build a Nuke even though publicly
    they claim the research and
    reactors are for peaceful purposes.

    Photos:



    Ahmadinejad recently ran a coup d'etat
    minimizing the Imams. And concentrated 
    power in the IRG. They are going for broke
    to create a Nuclear bomb.
    He is using the IRG and MOIS and Basij to
    take over and control the country.
    And he will use the Bomb as an 13th Imam he believes
    it would bring a new Islamic caliphate with the
    return of the 13 Imam.

    Jim you must stop the Regime from getting
    a Nuclear bomb. Disrupt Natanz operations.
    The entire UN security council are on board
    with this and will support you and provide
    cover.

    As a precaution against hacking none of the reactors
    are connected to the WWW.

    Your mission jim should you decide to accept it
    is to hack into the reactors control systems and
    disable their nuclear program at any Iranian reactor
    on demand or when they start producing material for
    a Bomb, an auto pilot.

    As always should any of your team be caught or killed
    or traced back to you the Sectrary will dissavow any 
    knowledge of your actions.

    This disk will self destruct in 5 seconds.

    End of file copyxxxxxxxxxxxx

    Team breifing:
    We need 4 zero day exploits
    and one in reserve.
    (buy them from the RBN )

    A method to get into PC's not
    connected to the WWW.
    UBS worm. Russians.

    A rootkit to hide everything,
    and a control program to
    ID the reactor control system,
    and an artifical Intelligence 
    program to reprogram the
    control systems to destroy
    the centrifuges or stop
    their Nuclear program
    without danger.

    And several digital certificates
    B&E job, MOSSAD.


    We will need a cyber recon to
    determine the configuration
    of the control system,
    a duplicate control system
    to test the program on.
    Oak Ridge's supercomputers.

    The rootkit must be persistent
    able to hide and defend its
    self, and reinfect if necessary.
    NSA

    The encryption must be unbreakable
    so it can't be used against us.

    And several methods to monitor
    and report back Iranian nuclear 
    activities.

    And assets to get the UBS sticks
    into the reactors PCs, PMOI,
    Iranian resistance.

    And untraceable thru many proxies,
    Chinese Cyber Army.

    This will be a combination
    rootkit, worm, botnet.
    And it must have the capability
    to change and up date payloads.
    The most advanced malware ever
    created.



    Jim.


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