[funsec] Congress: P2P networks harm national security

David Jones david.t.jones at gmail.com
Wed Jul 25 08:33:46 CDT 2007


Some sensitive info can go across the NIPR, but so does all other internet
traffic from the DoD.  While 1% is still a problem, I'm sure over 99% of
that was just MP3 and porn.

-David Jones



On 7/25/07, Valdis.Kletnieks at vt.edu <Valdis.Kletnieks at vt.edu> wrote:
>
> On Wed, 25 Jul 2007 14:37:10 +0900, Peter Evans said:
> >       Hitachi use it to get files to their remote branches because
> >       it's cheaper than a secure network. So much so that there is a
> >       parody advert of Hitachi's (it has a tree and lists all the
> companies
> >       in bed with Hitachi, called "ki ni naru ki" I think)
> >       listing all the data leaks.
>
> The data leak I'm *still* puzzling over:
>
> According to Maj. Gen. William Lord, "China has downloaded 10 to 20
> terabytes
> of data from the NIPRNet," the Department of Defense network used for
> transmitting sensitive information.
>
> That's just a massive WTF?
>
>
>
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