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    utente anonimo at |

    è off-topic se dico che sei un grande ….
    veramente in gamba Sile'

    Ciao 

    Jolly 

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    Silendo at |

    ahahahah grazie Jolly. Ma è un tantino off-topic…. ;))

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    giovanninacci at |

    "responsabile di una parte rilevante delle operazioni cyber (Jack…)"

    Cioè Jack è il responsabile di una parte rilevante delle operazioni cyber cinesi?

    Ho sempre pregato il nostro amato Giovanni di stare attento alle amicizie che frequentava…

    Jessica
    (Public Relation @STVGiovani.starfleet.st)

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    Jackallo at |

    Jessica, non offendiamo plz..! :)
    Io posso servire solo una Bandiera, la più bella: il Tricolore italiano verde, bianco e rosso, a tre bande verticali di eguali dimensioni.

    Grazie Silendone, lo leggo domani.
    Ora mi sto dedicando al report del DHS
    http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/11/16/us-usa-defense-cybersecurity-idUSTRE7AF02Y20111116
    .. dove, "When warranted, we will respond to hostile attacks in cyberspace as we would to any other threat to our country," the report said. "We reserve the right to use all necessary means – diplomatic, informational, military and economic – to defend our nation, our allies, our partners and our interests."
    Hostile acts, it said, could include "significant cyber attacks directed against the U.S. economy, government or military" and the response could use electronic means or more conventional military options.
    Interessante, no? 😉

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  5. avatar
    utente anonimo at |

    Mitico Silè!
    non conoscevo questo think tank…mica male! poi la parte video è semplicemente da paura!

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    AllegraBrigata at |

    Silendone è troppo avanti!!!! :)))

    En

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    giovanninacci at |

    Siamo tutte felicissime per la tempestiva e "vibrata" smentita

    Jessica
    (Public Relation @STVGiovani.starfleet.st)

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    utente anonimo at |

     

    A pag.8 del documento, pag.7 del pdf:
    "Third Department bureaus likely have a specific mission, such as radio or satellite communications intercept, cryptology, translation, information assurance, and intelligence analysis. In addition to monitoring internal PLA communications traffic for security violations, Third Department offices and MR and MR/Service TRB intercept stations located around China‘s periphery can monitor radio traffic and pinpoint the location of emitters through radio direction finding (e.g. homing). Specific Third Department bureaus with responsibilities for CNE remain opaque. The Third Department Seventh Bureau has been associated with technical aspects of cyber operations (see below). Regional bureaus, such as the Shanghai‘s Second Bureau or Qingdao‘s Fourth Bureau, may be responsible for translation of information attained from communications intercepts and cyber surveillance, and production of intelligence reports based on translated materials. The 12th Bureau, responsible for space-related technical reconnaissance, appears to have expanded in scope".

    A pag. 5 del documento, pag.4 del pdf: " …Meng appears to have replaced Lieutenant General Wu Guohua [吴国华], who directed the Third Department between 2005 and December 2010, when Wu was assigned as Second Artillery Deputy Commander"….

    ….quindi ne saprà qualcosa delle interferenze ai satelliti statunitensi tra il 2007-2008..

    Morgana

     

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    Jackallo at |

    Veramente un'analisi eccellente. Consiglio a tutti gli appassionati della c-mf di leggerlo.

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    AllegraBrigata at |

    Silendone è superiore.
    Silendone for President.

    F.

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