Thursday, December 11, 2008

What is

The Open Source Information System (OSIS) is an unclassified network serving the intelligence community with open source intelligence.

The real question is why don't they cloak their activities better than an amateur snooper?

Hello? Guys? Get more professional. Cloak.

And Win2k? And JavaScript enabled? Jeesh.

Just an FYI.

- ferg

p.s. Troll bait:*


At Thu Dec 11, 07:54:00 AM PST, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You do know that OSIS is an openly attributed and acknowledged government network used for reading news, blogs, and other open source research. i.e. computer science geeks looking up technical refs, programmers looking up code error messages, information security people who look at what their fellow security people are blogging about so as to stay current, or any of the huge amount of college interns doing research. Not a network that was ever designed or ment to be cloaked.


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