Krypt3ia

(Greek: κρυπτεία / krupteía, from κρυπτός / kruptós, “hidden, secret things”)

Googling OPSEC FAIL

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While Googling the .gov today I came across an interesting little document that contained the following pages.

NEP 1

NEP 2

NEP 3

NEP 4

What are they? They are the code names and proposed dates for 2009/2012 DoD and government terrorism drills. One might ask, “umm how come this is available online and why is it marked as UNCLASSIFIED?” I certainly did…

Of course it could be that this is all harmless and not something to worry about, but, usually when code word operational (even drills) plans are out there to be Googled, one has to wonder just how much a Jihadist might like to have the data.

Well, I guess the next step is to start Googling all those code words and see what comes up… I should think that this stuff at least should be FOUO.

CoB

Written by Krypt3ia

2009/11/04 at 01:28

Posted in .gov, Google Hacking, OPSEC

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