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Author Topic: P2P users expose US government secrets  (Read 3365 times)


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P2P users expose US government secrets
« on: July 28, 2007, 07:34 AM »
Contractors and U.S. government employees are sharing hundreds of secret documents on peer-to-peer networks, in many cases overriding the default security settings on their P-to-P software to do so, according to a company that monitors the networks.

Among the files shared: Physical threat assessments for multiple cities, including Philadelphia and Miami; a physical security attack assessment for a U.S. Air Force base; a detailed report from a government contractor on how to connect two secure Department of Defense (DOD) networks; a document titled, "NSA (National Security Agency) Security Handbook."


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Re: P2P users expose US government secrets
« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2007, 04:48 PM »
What a joke, where the HELL do they get off blaming limewire? These people need to be drawn and quatered.