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FBI Warns Of Syrian Electronic Army Hacking Threat
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proberts551
proberts551,
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9/9/2013 | 1:35:11 PM
re: FBI Warns Of Syrian Electronic Army Hacking Threat
The SEA's - Train your enemies, give them Guns, Ammo, and educate them in high technology, in the United States, and other free countries, and this is what we have.
The playing field for war, electronic and otherwise is being leveled. What countries choose to do with knowledge cannot be controlled once we educate them. The Goal is for the free world, is to be farther ahead of the threat, which is becoming much more difficult.
AndrewS588
AndrewS588,
User Rank: Apprentice
9/9/2013 | 10:07:36 AM
re: FBI Warns Of Syrian Electronic Army Hacking Threat
John Kerry = Vietnam Veterans for the FBI!
Peter King = CIA/MI6
Anonymous = NSA

Do you want to know where the Anti-War movement is?
Here it is! Stop the WAR and political repression in America!
America and OBAMA One Big WAR Machine!.

John Kerry was never in the Anti-War movement he was a government snitch informer for the government.
AndrewS588
AndrewS588,
User Rank: Apprentice
9/9/2013 | 10:02:07 AM
re: FBI Warns Of Syrian Electronic Army Hacking Threat
John Kerry = Vietnam Veterans for the FBI!
Peter King = CIA/MI6
Anonymous = NSA

Do you want to know where the Anti-War movement is?
Here it is! Stop the WAR and political repression in America!
America and OBAMA One Big WAR Machine!.

John Kerry was never in the Anti-War movement he was a government snitch informer for the government.
Michael Endler
Michael Endler,
User Rank: Apprentice
9/6/2013 | 10:37:30 PM
re: FBI Warns Of Syrian Electronic Army Hacking Threat
If Iran and/or Russian (especially) is providing assistance to the SEA, it certainly adds intrigue to all the back-and-forth sniping at the G20 meeting this week.
StevenJ13
StevenJ13,
User Rank: Apprentice
9/6/2013 | 5:32:42 PM
re: FBI Warns Of Syrian Electronic Army Hacking Threat
I think Adam Myers needs to have a little outside influence to learn how this works. At the end of the day these are phishing attacks. Mobile apps? If people knew how insecure these things are or what information they send to companies they wouldn't use them.


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