Skip to comments.Syrian Electronic Army Cyber Attacks Continue With US Marines Hack
Posted on 09/02/2013 5:57:13 AM PDT by Bulwinkle
... The SEA defaced the marines.com website early on Monday morning but at the time of publication the website had returned to normal. As well as posting a lengthy message to its "brothers" in the US marine corps, the SEA posted a series of pictures purporting to show soldiers in uniform holding up written messages protesting Us involvement in Syria.
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Regardless of what the truth really is, the Syrians are seemingly better at the propaganda war than either Libya or Iraq were as the US intervention neared.
You have to give them credit them for daring to use the social and electronic communications tools more artfully than others have.
Our war colleges and think tanks should take note.
Yeah... the S.E.A. did it.
More like the See Eye A.
Gotta drone up some support for the ‘limited’ action in Syria to recover the GOLD STASH of the FEDRES that was originally in the Libyan National Bank.
If I wanted to protect a server and keep a business or government agency from looking foolish I’d set up a watchdog system.
A second system that sits next to the primary and periodically loads the pages from the server, if any anomaly is detected the watchdog resets the server, or puts another server online in its place or merely shuts it down.
This is what we always do for important embedded systems. The concept of the watchdog is powerful. The embedded processors have their own built-in watchdog systems that have their own oscillator. The main program in the processor has to reset the watchdog periodically or when the watchdog counter hits zero it assumes the processor has had a problem and resets it. In critical cases we use external processors to act as watchdog...often done for medical, industrial control and military systems.