Stephen E. Arnold: New Book, Dark Web Notebook, For Official Use Only

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Book Page

The book is $49 (gov/mil) and verified contractors (com, org). It can only be ordered via [email protected]. The book is, at this time, not available to anyone outside the LE, intel, and security community. I will verify each purchase because the book equips a smart 15 year old to set up a Dark Web business and possibly engage in unlawful activities with less than one hour’s work with a false identity and a means to purchase digital currency. Direct orders only. No Amazon because I cannot vet the purchasers. A person who works at Booz, Allen or similar company will have to pay $199. Work email required.

The Web info page is at www.xenky.com/darkwebnotebook.

Bruce Schneier: NSA & CIA Cyber Leaks – Blaming Russia [Robert Steele Disagrees, Suggests Inter-Agency Warfare]

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Bruce Schneier

Who Is Publishing NSA and CIA Secrets, and Why?

Lawfare as produced by Brookings Institution

For both of these leaks, one big question is attribution: who did this?

My guess was, and is still, Russia in both cases.

Phi Beta Iota: Worth a full read.  Many flawed assumptions. Robert Steele’s long comment is below.

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Antechinus: iSucker – Big Brother Herds Fools Into Censorship Sites

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Antechinus
Antechinus

iSucker: Big Brother Internet Culture

.gov is herding web sites into its own little DNS animal farms so it can properly protect the public from that dangerous ‘information’ stuff in time of emergency. CloudFlare is the biggest abattoir… er, animal farm. CloudFlare is kind of like a protection racket. If you pay their outrageous fees, you will be ‘protected’ from DDoS attacks. Since CloudFlare is the preferred covert .gov tool of censorship and content control (when things go south), they are trying to drive as many sites as possible into their digital panopticons.  Source: post #33 in comments by PavewayIV

 

 

Stephen E. Arnold: GovRat – $1000 Dark Web Threat to Federal Computer Systems

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Stephen E. Arnold
Stephen E. Arnold

Hacking Federal Agencies Now a Childs Play

A potentially dangerous malware called GovRat that is effective in cyber-espionage is available on Dark Web for as low as $1,000.

IBTimes recently published an article Malware used to target US Government and military being sold on Dark Web in which the author states –  Read full post.