Journal d'investigation en ligne et d'information‑hacking
par Antoine Champagne - kitetoa

#PRISM : let's have a look at the big picture

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, Daisy had a knowledge database stored on a Netscape Web server. Its aim was to secure the US military networks (and more). However, this Web server was secured like shit... Please, meet my friend Daisy : The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), is a United States Department of Defense (DoD) combat support agency composed of military, federal civilians, and contractors.

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, Daisy had a knowledge database stored on a Netscape Web server. Its aim was to secure the US military networks (and more). However, this Web server was secured like shit...

Please, meet my friend Daisy :

The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), is a United States Department of Defense (DoD) combat support agency composed of military, federal civilians, and contractors. DISA provides information technology (IT) and communications support to the president, vice president, secretary of defense, the military services, the combatant commands, and any individual or system contributing to the defense of the United States.

Almost all the IT projects, all of the Army’s and the Government's communication problems, everything was there. A unique view on how the US Government and Army reacted to the 9/11 events, a way to understand what was in the mind of the USA behind its war on terror.

What can be learned from these documents ?

  • The neocons had shitty ideas.
  • Wikileaks couldn't have happen without these projects.
  • The US wanted to know everything about their citizens.
  • Networks have diplomatic consequences.
  • US military networks are as rotten as their private counterpart.
  • The military networks were undersized when the “global war on terror” started.
  • 9/11 was a momentum. NeoCons had an agenda. It helped.

Soon after 9/11, NeoCons promoted a huge Net Centric plan for the Army and the Government. Its ambition was...