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Predator Hacked - December 17, 2009, 02:09 PM

Wow, just wow. For a second (yes just a second) I thought the DoD had their shit together and knew what they were doing.

How the fack do you not encrypt video data from the Predator??

Only if I had citizenship and clearance...it looks like the DoD needs guys like me

One of my projects back in the day was to intercept U.S military satellites (Disclaimer: for shit and giggles ) but I didn't pursue it because I thought they had top notch encryption.

The war on terror is gonna be a long one

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December 17, 2009, 02:12 PM

Cuz they thought those guys are dumb maybe.
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Cuz they thought those guys are dumb maybe.
LOL, fair enough. Don't they teach the basics of war to officers anymore?

You know Art of War shit like not underestimating your enemy...taking a million men to a battle that requires 1,000...kill all enemy, leave no trace so they can't rise up against you in future - well maybe not that last one


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December 17, 2009, 02:17 PM

Same peeps who declared Mission Accomplished like what 6 years ago


Must be fun driving these things though, kinda like a video game... bombin terrorists and janks from the comfort of an air conditioned room.
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LOL, fair enough. Don't they teach the basics of war to officers anymore?

You know Art of War shit like not underestimating your enemy...taking a million men to a battle that requires 1,000...kill all enemy, leave no trace so they can't rise up against you in future - well maybe not that last one
they only teach that to the officers who were enlisted first - cuz it takes a handsom smart officer to make coffee and ensure filing is done properly.
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Same peeps who declared Mission Accomplished like what 6 years ago


Must be fun driving these things though, kinda like a video game... bombin terrorists and janks from the comfort of an air conditioned room.
In Nevada...There was actually an interesting article on one of the major outlets not long ago regarding the combat fatigue suffered by UAV pilots. It centered on switching between listening (and watching) guys getting shot up on the ground and driving home in regular suburbia America.


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December 17, 2009, 07:12 PM

So you had a project to intercept satellite feeds, but didn't pursue it because they had encryption Must have been a short project.


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December 17, 2009, 07:15 PM

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One of my projects back in the day was to intercept U.S military satellites (Disclaimer: for shit and giggles ) but I didn't pursue it because I thought they had top notch encryption.

.....yeah
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I once had a project to become a superhero, but didn't pursue it.
Instead, I decided to post non sequiturs on the internet.


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So you had a project to intercept satellite feeds, but didn't pursue it because they had encryption Must have been a short project.
Oh boy...This will probably get interesting fast.


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Instead, I decided to post non sequiturs on the internet.

+1......and I'm dating a model. She lives in Canada.


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December 17, 2009, 08:17 PM

That's pretty embarrassing that such a long running program of record didn't have it locked down any better than that. I suppose one possibility is that the vulnerability was 'allowed' by 'somebody'. Slight of hand. There's somebody somewhere watching downloads in that area, and as soon as they saw that package being snatched up....

I've seen myself on real time video from a UAV that was scary far away. The optics and capabilities they have now are freaky.


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LOL, fair enough. Don't they teach the basics of war to officers anymore?

You know Art of War shit like not underestimating your enemy...taking a million men to a battle that requires 1,000...kill all enemy, leave no trace so they can't rise up against you in future - well maybe not that last one
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December 17, 2009, 08:19 PM

You should take up a less dangerous project for your freedom's sake. Hacking DOD equipment is pretty much one of the quickest one way tickets to jail especially as not a natural born citizen of the US.


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December 17, 2009, 08:28 PM

Shit the Chinese are probably in on it. They got some of the smartest geeks around. It does disappoint me though


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