Smartphones etc: DoD fighting losing battle against hackers and modern comms devices
by glech Tuesday, Mar 6 2012, 4:27pm
As stated many times before, digital technology is a two-edged sword that is easily turned against corrupt States. The US Dept of Defense is attempting to enlist the services of hackers in its futile efforts to equal the digital skills of the elite underground, who control the 'wire.' The DoD's efforts are misplaced and far too late, as the ethics of elite hackers prevent them selling their services to criminal States and corrupt, murdering, corporate controlled governments.
We are Many -- we are ONE -- We are UNSTOPPABLE!
It is also known that once a DIGITAL skill gap is created it is almost impossible to close. Underground anonymous elites are light years ahead of criminally corrupt, mass murdering State institutions. However, the State is acutely aware of their disadvantage and is constantly attempting to enlist the services of hackers to close the gap -- be it known that Uber elites and other ethical hackers would never work for ANY government or State body -- period! So good luck with the fifth-rate lamers you are able to attract -- LOL!"The 'man' grows weaker by the day as WE grow stronger by the minute."
Nefarious ruling elites beware, WE will see you ALL hang sooner than you think!
Greetz to all the crewz and salutations to the Uber elite -- We are ONE!
Mass media report follows:
Brave new world: Smartphones a threat to US military might
YOU know you are living in a brave new world when the Pentagon is more concerned about the smartphone in your pocket than biological weapons.
The Pentagon’s research department known as DARPA said that portable computing devices like the iPhone, iPads and Android phones pose a real and present danger to the US military.
“Computing, imaging and communications capabilities that, as recently as 15 years ago, were the exclusive domain of military systems, are now in the hands of hundred of millions of people around the world,” DARPA Deputy Director, Kaigham J. Gabriel told the House Armed Services Committee.
Mr Gabriel said that almost a dozen countries are producing electronic warfare systems using off-the-shelf technology.
Decades ago it would take up to 10 years to develop new warfare systems, Mr Gabriel said. Today new threats are created every 1.5 years.
DARPA are trying to counter these new cyber capabilities by employing members of the hacker community.
They are also developing new kinds of radar and radio technology that will be unavailable to the general public.
"Modern warfare demands the effective use of cyber and kinetic means. That requires DoD cyber capabilities matched to our kinetic options,” Mr Gabriel said.
© 2012 News Limited
[SKILL rulez in cyberwarfare, NOTHING else -- the 'wire' belongs to those able to take it!]
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