Author Topic: NSA conducted 231 offensive cyber-ops in 2011, hailed as ‘active defense’  (Read 1632 times)

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US intelligence carried out 231 offensive cyber-ops in 2011, nearly three-quarters of them against key targets such as Iran, Russia, China and N. Korea, as well as nuclear proliferation, a classified report obtained by The Washington Post says.

The “most challenging targets” also include suspected terrorists “in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen, Iraq, Somalia, and other extremist safe havens,” according to one list of priorities. US budget documents describe the attacks as “active defense.”

Some cyber-operations reportedly feature what one budget document calls “field operations” organized “to physically place hardware implants or software modifications” with the help of CIA operatives or clandestine military forces.

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NSA are attacking whole world.... they are spy of the latinamerican presidents.... really bad for them

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Yes in the last news was an scandalous... NSA are spy of Brazilian president and mexican president... what happen USA?
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NSA was created to spy and give information to USA about all the things that happen in latinamerican real leaders

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The bad behavior by the USA and his organization NSA guarantee a iminent war... really bad, I dont know what will happen

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These people are going way too far; seriously they’ve got to be hiding something really big. They are obsessed with this espionage thing.

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