Wednesday, November 19, 2008

USSR's ghost units alive and well in cyberspace

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The following military units have used their Sun or Linux machines to attempt and establish unauthorized access to US DOD, Defense contractor, and NATO servers:

40236 Leninsk, Baykonur, (Кзыл-Ординская обл. г.Ленинск, Байконур)
96742 Chita (Чита)

Rostov-on-Don Defense Institute of the Missile Forces (Ростовский Военный институт Ракетных войск / Ростов-на-Дону)

Ghost units still fiuntioning in cyberspace? Excellent deception, diversion, and maskirovka tactic.
two units: в/ч пп 36546 ОБС, and 15332 formerly located in Poland at Borne-Sulinovo (incredible: "Bourne"identity?) Борне-Сулиново

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

and I'm back by silent demand

I am back after a long hiatus which was rather fruitful. Many documents gathered, images obtained, lists formatted for blogging, and much more.

The Gazprom list is here, as the first installment. That post has been empty for quite some time, because back then I thought I had the list, but it arrived in a poor-quality hard-copy.

This time I have in my possession some more of Putin's communications, transcripts of Russia's naval operations, mysterious codeword texts, radio intercepts, documents that the Bear has pilfered, all ready for the prime time.

Any requests?